Indigo Stars

Indigo Stars

Karen Witt’s quilt has many elements that make it sparkle. Indigo stars stand out against a background of tan prints, and indigo squares create diagonal chains. Stripe and floral borders provide a perfect finish.

Size: 59″ × 59″
Blocks: 25 (9″) 54-40 or Fight Blocks

Click here for a free sizing chart for this project.

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11 thoughts on “Indigo Stars

  1. I'm a novice. Taped the show. Tried to figure out how to do it from that. Too much chit-chat, not enough detailed explanation. Magazine pattern didn't help either. HELP

  2. I'm a beginning quilter. Thank you for taking the intimidation out. Thank you for putting the cookies on the lower shelf for people just getting started. P.S. no disrespect but, I love the peanut gallery. Different storkes i guess. Thanks again!

  3. I found the Tri-Recs tools online at
    They did not have them in their store, though, only available online.

    I ordered the Nov/Dec issue, just to get this pattern (makes a 59"x59") & want to also thank you for putting the cutting & measurements online to make it either a twin or queen size in the PDF.
    GREAT JOB, F&P!!

  4. I noticed several comments from folks having trouble with this quilt. On the website if you click on "Click here for a free sizing chart" you'll get a pdf file with all of the cutting sizes and instructions that you can save to your computer or print. It looks like it's really helpful.

  5. I loved this pattern. It really is simple, just get each block in your head, turned the correct way and then sew. I made this for my gr-neice, it turned out wonderful. Use the v block ruler for sure. It really helps to move this along.

  6. This really is a beautiful quilt. I made this for my daughter. Even though I am not an accomplished quilter it turned out really pretty thanks to Love of Quilting instructions from the magazine and the weekly TV show.

  7. I loved this pattern and began the construction using the sizing chart. I'm not a novice quilter but after I'd gotten approximately half way through – I ran out of one of the fabrics. I'm annoyed and will end up making a much smaller quilt than I had anticipated.