Did I ever share the details of this Giant Starburst quilt? I know I posted a few pics on instagram but those never really do a quilt justice, do they?! Here are a few more below. It was really simple to complete- made up of squares and half square triangles. I’ll try to answer any questions as best I can but the quilt has been long since gifted and I can no longer measure! 😉 The pattern is from one of my favorite quilters’ “Giant Starburst Quilt” that can be found here.
Each starting square of white and print fabric was cut using a 10 1/2″ square quilting grid. I needed 8 fat quarters of different prints (all prints I used were gifted to me, not sure what they are called) and then just white Kona Cotton. I always have some white on hand so I don’t know how much I needed! I’m sure with some simple math you could figure it out. I had enough of each fat quarter left to make my own scrappy binding. Love how it all came together with a tiny touch of black and white just for fun.
It’s off in it’s happy home and I’m off dreaming of making more!
This quilt is just beautiful. Such lovely fabrics too.