Classic & Vintage: Hunter Star

Happy Friday Quilters! We are back with another pattern in our Classic & Vintage series: Hunter’s Star! For those who are unfamiliar with our Classic & Vintage series, we focus on traditional quilt blocks and add a modern twist!

The Hunter’s Star Quilt is a classic pattern that is traditionally made with paper piecing. However we created a whole new method to make this block with ease! Kimberly made her Hunter’s Star quilt using Ombre Confetti Metallic by V & Co. for Moda Fabric. The traditional piecing of the quilt makes for gorgeous blocks and quilts of all sizes!

The complete Hunter’s Star pattern  with four different size options is available for purchase at To make a quilt just like ours, we have a Hunter’s Star quilt kit and separate backing set available!

If you’re ready to sew along with us, grab  your supplies, download your FREE block pattern and watch Kimberly’s video tutorial for a step-by-step guide on making your block!


We are very fortunate to have 21 amazing bloggers quilting along with us! Check out their takes on the Hunter’s Star blocks:

Afton of Quilting Mod

Anna of My Wandering Path

April of JANDA Bend Quilts

Carla of Creatin in the Sticks

Elise of Elise and Emelie

Heather of A Creative Pursuit

Jen of The Smitten Chicken

Joanne of Quilts by Joanne

Kristen D. of 3 in the Nest

Kristen K. of Meadowbrook

Kristie of Teadoddles

Leah of Ponderings From My Heart

Louise of My Quilting Blog

Melanie of A Bit of Scrap Stuff

Melissa of Oh How Sweet

Myra of Busy Hands Quilts

Pat of Life in the Scrapatch

Rebecca of One Wee Bird

Tracie of Riceford Streams

Vickie of Crocheting Vixen

Wendy of Sugarlane Designs

We hope you enjoy quilting your own Hunter Star quilt. Happy Quilting!


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  1. The Hunter’s Star quilt has always been one of my favorites. I love the fabrics you used in yours and it is fun to see what others have made in your QAL. Thanks for the great tutorial too!

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