Snow Kissed Star

MooseQuilts
I have received quite a few emails about my pattern Snow-Kissed Star that was on the cover of the Nov/Dec 2011 McCall’s Quilting Magazine.
 
 
I think the reason is because of this fabulous recent Moda Bake Shop recipe:
 
I have recently made this quilt available to purchase as a single pattern!
 
 
I am in the middle of completely redoing my website (which is taking way to long because I only half know what I am doing). The pattern is not on my website yet.
 
If you want to purchase this pattern, you can send $8.95 to orders@moosequilts.com through PayPal. You do not need to have a PayPal account in order to do this. Just make sure you note that it is for this pattern and that your address in included. I will mail it to you.
 
This quilt was made with a jelly roll of Kate Spain’s Christmas line Flurry. It isn’t just for Christmas though. Here it is in Bonnie and Camille’s Happy Go Lucky.

 
My local quilt shop made it up in American Jane. Here’s her latest, Potluck:
 
 
I would love to make it in Lily Ashbury’s High Street!

 
The other great thing about this pattern is that if you are careful, it only uses half of a jelly roll. That means you can make two quilts from one jelly roll! Or you can make it from a set of 2 1/2″ strips from another manufacturer who makes them smaller!
 
I still love this pattern. Thank you for all the recent inquiries!

 

4 Comments

  1. Tina O.
    September 25, 2013 at 10:32 pm

    I made this quilt last year from the magazine. I love it!

  2. Brenda
    September 25, 2013 at 11:04 pm

    Great pattern.

  3. Tammy
    September 26, 2013 at 5:17 am

    I love the pattern too. When it came out in the magazine I made one for myself and one as a gift. I used Flurry. You’re right–one jelly roll for two quilts. Great pattern! Thank you.

  4. Teri
    October 14, 2013 at 5:20 pm

    I am just getting ready to put the borders on this pattern. I went in search of the designer, and I found your blog. I think this pattern would also make a great tree skirt. I have had the McCall’s pattern set aside for quite some time. I used scraps to make the pattern.