The LeMoyne Star quilt block is a traditional block that is often used in star quilts. You may have seen this block referred to as “Star of LeMoyne” or “Lemon Star.” You may also have seen it spelled “Lemoyne Star,” with a lowercase “m.” Whatever you call it, and however you spell it, it all points to the same quilt block. Use the Rapid Fire LeMoyne Star Template to make it go even faster in this tutorial below! The block units are strip pieced, assembled without using any “Y” seams, pieced so that the blocks are slightly over-sized so at the end each can be trimmed to an exact size.
About Banded Rapid Fire LeMoyne Stars Quilt Block
Use Deb Tucker’s Rapid Fire LeMoyne Star ruler to make banded LeMoyne Star quilt blocks. This innovative technique enables you to make Banded LeMoyne Star quilt blocks without set-in seams! No Y-seams! Perfect for your favorite LeMoyne Star quilt patterns. If you’re looking for another quilting video tutorial on a particular technique, check out our Sew Easy lessons to find it there.