Prismatic Star

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This pattern is intermediate level but nothing prevents from making it also beginner level because everything is a matter of dedication and persistence, quilts take a little longer, but the end is compensating.

The standard I bring today is Missy Prismatic Star by Judy Niemeyer of Quiltworx. Missy made this quilt she’d left in her store for months. This is the first time I see a quilt from Missy and I loved it, I learned even more and I want to make other designs with her pattern. This pattern is made with lines like a star and other different fills that give the pattern.

About the default

The fabric that was used to make this pattern is the Timeless Treasures Gypsy Tonga Strips and the folding is Hobbs Heirloom 80/20, using the light blue wire So Fine in most of the quilt being on top, and can change to a plum color pulling towards purple. Use a QP Fat Edge ruler to make the diagonal lines of the quilt. The pattern was worked to be used with Bali by Judy Niemeyer Pops. We used 6 sets of 8 fabrics, from light to dark. But you can choose the colors you want or leave your own fabrics for other designs.

Pre-select your 48 different types 2 1/2 “strips classified into 6 sets of 8 fabric that will give light in the center of the pattern in the dark.The 6 sets should blend in pattern and be well put together because for the star Have a good contrast When I first saw the fabrics, thought they were the types of fabrics that I would never wear, but always you only see a fabric, starting from everything that will be a work of art, a diamond for each fabric attached.

The Prismatic Star was originally published in 2014 to show how an exploded star could be made using the (48) 2-1 / 2 “strip packs that created for use with several of its strip quilt designs the Cover Quilt is shown in 2-1 / 2 “Strips by Timeless Treasures.) The strips are sewn into the foundation paper to complete what we call the” Strip Set. “Once the strip sets are finished, they are cut, rearranged and reduced to a diamond star point.The process originated from the combination of two previously published techniques used in various quilting designs from Lone Star and Bali Fever by foundation’s roles, layouts and processes splice strips were designed by Brad and Judy Niemeyer for the foundation’s paper splice.

The standard was updated in 2018, making the diamond block a bit larger and creating templates for the fastening strips that reduce the number of stacked seams during assembly. Although the original design has been an excellent standard for Quiltworx, these improvements in standard will make assembly easier and will allow us to create a Queen size option (see Prismatic Star Queen standard). At the same time, we have created a series of diamond blocks that are identical to the Prismatic block and interchangeable. This allows you to customize a quilt design in a wall layout or in a queen layout to create something unique. Patterns related to Prismatic Star include: Kaleidoscope, Juicy Jade, Blue Lagoon, Rainbow Crystal, Amethyst, Prismatic Star, Ice Castles and Diamonds in Bloom. If you want to try mixing and matching blocks, you’ll want to use the Quiltster to design your quilt, then buy blocks from any of the following items: the Queen Star Mixer, the Kaleidoscope Queen Mixer, and the Kaleidoscope Wall Mixer.

Skill Level: Intermediate

This is a list of what you need to have cut and bagged BEFORE 1st Class. It will include the size to cut pieces of fabric so that you are ready to use the pattern layout sheets of the pattern. You will need Ziploc bags size 8 gallon marked 1-8. Be sure to mark each cut piece with the color and the unit.
If you are using a Bali Pop by Judy Niemeyer / Hoffman 48, please leave it sealed. The fabric is in the right order and you’re good to go!
If you are using another brand of Bali Pop or Jelly Roll, it has 40 or 42 pieces. Please, make sure

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4 thoughts on “Prismatic Star

  • 30 de January de 2019 at 23:26

    I just love those colors Is there a kit or color bundle to it

  • 12 de July de 2019 at 17:37

    How do we get the remainder of the pattern for the Prismatic Star?? I can see the cutting directions for class one and two, but no directions for putting the quilt together. HELP–I love that quilt and have just the materials for it!

  • 9 de September de 2019 at 11:20

    Quilts are beautiful


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