Combinatorics: Paper Airplanes and Stars Digital Quilt Pattern


In the simplest sense, when I say “Combinatorics”, I mean combining two quilt blocks together to create a new quilt block. The easiest example I can give is using two squares (which can be viewed as a block on their own) and combining them together to create Half-Square Triangles. To introduce the Combinatorics idea, you can visit my Combinatorics Introductory Tutorial for more details.

The PDF pattern includes 8 pages of sewing instructions, complete with step-by-step color photos.

SKU: QJ323 Category: Tags: ,


This listing is for a PDF pattern, not the actual finished quilt. Upon purchase of a PDF pattern, a link for the PDF will be immediately delivered to your e-mail address.

Skill Level: 3 out of 5 (Advanced Beginner to Intermediate)

::: Pattern Description :::

Combinatorics is a method of combining piecing to create something new. The Paper Airplanes and Stars pattern expertly guides you through creating two fun blocks from a single started block. The pattern has instructions to create two unique quilt tops: paper airplanes (48″ square) and stars (52″ square). You can choose to combine them for a double sided quilt or keep them separate; the choice is yours!

This is an advanced beginner to intermediate level pattern and assumes basic paper piecing skills.

::: Sizing / Finished Measurements :::

Paper Airplanes: 48 1/2″ square

Stars: 52 1/2″ square

::: Materials :::

All fabric requirements are listed on the back cover (third image).

If you are on Instagram, tag me (@QuiltingJetgirl) and any images of your quilt using #CombinatoricsQuilt. Or send an email to yvonne(at)quiltingjetgirl(dot)com with a photograph or a link to a blog post about your quilt.

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