12-24 Bethlehem Star. This block was published twice by Nancy Page: as Bethlehem Star in the Birmingham News in 1939, and earlier as Christmas Star in the same newspaper in 1934. The piecing differs slightly for the two patterns: Bethlehem Star has triangles at the corners, while Christmas Star has a square.
12-24 Christmas Tree. This block was published with two options for its name, Christmas Tree or Pine Tree, by the Kansas City Star in 1934. It’s a bit simpler than the Bethlehem Star block, as I know you may not have much time this weekend!
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July 11 Star Flower. Simple but effective. To set your blocks like mine you will need a 1/4 yard of fabric for the sashing and 1/4 yard for the cornerstones and outer border. From the gold plaid print cut 31- 1" x 6 1/2" sash strips. From the diamond dark woven cut- 20- 1" squares for cornerstones 2- 2 1/2" x 27" strips for the side borders (these go on first) 2- 2 1/2" x 24 1/2" strips for the top and bottom borders. Your finished quilt will measure 24" x 30 1/2".
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