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By Stargazey Quilts

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  • 50" x 58"
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  • Intermediate

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The sweet fresh fragrance of citrus fruit fills these blocks. Orangez & Lemonz are derived from the traditional Kaleidoscope block but made much easier, Stargazey Style, with a stack, slice, switch and sew process. Set your worries aside, you need not be a master of precision, the centre points meeting exactly is not a big issue. Block sizes are 6”, 8” & 10”. The two blocks, Lemon Halvez and Orange Quarterz, both follow the same process initially in forming the fruit – their backgrounds though are treated a little differently. As a bonus I also give you instructions for an altered, straighter version of the Orange Quarterz, seen set as border units in my sample quilt. Not inclined towards citrus? Think other fruit, cake, pizza slices, umbrellas, beach balls or simply whacky colour combos to bring this Vitamin C filled block back to its Kaleidoscope origins. Hope your appetite is whetted!
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Stargazey Quilts

Since 1996, under the business name “Stargazey”I have developed contemporary piecing and appliqué techniques in a distinctively contemporary, colorful, rule-breaking style. C&T has published my three books; Cut Loose Quilts, Reverse Appliqué With No Brakez and Free & Eazy Circles. Each book also explores less structured approaches to quilt making. Designing fabrics for Marcus Brothers is probably what I'm best known for. My twenty-two collections of colorful,simple prints are easily recognizable. Whilst my publishing new work is minimal of late uploading older much loved patterns is still ongoing. I'm really loving being intricately involved in growing skills in my local textile community whilst forging new paths in my artwork.