Jasmine Quilt

Patriotic quilt patterns and star quilts are always stylish. Jasmine is cleverly pieced with stars in the blocks and sashing. Lovely prints in a patriotic palette combined with a diagonal star pattern add up to a great quilt. Jocelyn Ueng’s construction method for this patriotic quilt pattern is easy and ingenious!

Finished Size: 69″ × 69″  |  Finished Blocks: 9 (18″) blocks  |  Rating: Easy  |  Designed by Jocelyn Ueng

Jasmine Quilt - Patriotic Quilt Patterns
Jasmine Quilt - Patriotic Quilt Patterns

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  1. How can I get this pattern I would like to make it as a Quilt of Valor for my brother who is a Vietnam vet and retired from the
    Air Force. How do I get the Quilt of Valor label that is shown on the Fons & Porter Love of Quilting Show?

    Thank You

    1. Hi Beverly – thank you for your patience! The quilt pattern is available in the Easy Quilts Fall 2015 issue and that link is above. Do you know the episode number or title for the Love of Quilting show you’re referencing? I’ll look into it on this end. Thank you! ~Carrie

    2. Hi Beverly – here is some information on Quilt of Valor quilt labels taken from the QOV website. If you’d like more information, you can find it here: http://www.qovf.org.
      Label:
      • Must have the words Quilt of Valor
      • May be purchased (www.spoonflower.com or http://www.modernyardage.com)
      • May be your own design (hand-written in permanent ink, embroidered, pieced, computer printed, screen printed)
      • Must include space for name of recipient
      • Must have names of top maker, quilter, and binder (can include first and last names, city, and state)
      • Cannot include religious or political message (possible exception if recipient is well known)
      • May include date and location of award
      • May include washing instructions (cold water, mild detergent, “color catcher,” dry on low heat) –(Found on the QOV website)

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