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Star Pulse Quilt Along {Finishing Instructions}

It’s time to piece our Star Pulse quilt top and bonus quilt top. I am so excited to see how your quilt top(s) come together!

If you have already purchased the Star Pulse Quilt Along, you will receive an email today with a link to the Finishing Instructions PDF. Look for an email from newsletter@quiltingjetgirl.com with the subject Star Pulse Quilt Along – Finishing Instructions. If you haven’t joined in yet, simply purchase the Star Pulse Quilt Along and I will add you to the email list and get the information out to you soon!

Note: This is my blog post and not the newsletter email with the pattern PDF link. Look for an email from newsletter@quiltingjetgirl.com with the subject Star Pulse Quilt Along – Finishing Instructions at or after 6:15am Eastern|5:15am Central|4:15am Mountain|3:15am Pacific. Check your spam directory if you don’t see the email! Quilting Jetgirl Patreons will find access to the instructions via Patreon, and as always, email me if you have any questions!

Left: Lap Size (Multi-Color Background)
Right: Throw Size (Single Background)

Tip #1: Double check the orientation of the SNF blocks prior to sewing them together to create the Star Point Blocks. The narrow strip of fabric of the Star Fabrics will meet at the center, and I have included several detail photos of both laying out the SNF blocks and what sewing them together into pairs looks like for reference.

Tips 2, 3, and 5 are shared with quilt along participants via Patreon or the newsletter.

Tip #4: Don’t be like me and pay attention to the orientation of the HST rows for the bonus quilt! In my head I figured the orientation of the rows didn’t matter and boy was I wrong! I only had to remove a few seams to fix my error, but it’s a lot easier to sew it together correctly the first time. 🙂

Upcoming Star Pulse Quilt Along Schedule

  • June 1, 2024 through June 30, 2024 – Final Linkup for Pieced Quilt Tops or Finished Quilts

3 thoughts on “Star Pulse Quilt Along {Finishing Instructions}

  1. Kate says:

    Congratulations on another successful quilt along.

  2. Kaja says:

    I really like the versatility of this and how you demonstrate it with your examples. It particularly pleased me when I realised that you graded the colour of the pinks in the second picture.

  3. Elizabeth E. says:

    Now this is fun! I knew sort of what it was going to look like, but it’s even better to see it all finished. I kind of like the bonus blocks quilt either way, but I’m thinking for your makers, it’s better to do it as designed. Congrats on a fine finish.

I really appreciate the time and thought you take to comment, and I look forward to conversing with you. :)