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By Stargazey Quilts

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  • 37" x 51.5"
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  • Intermediate

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Continuing on with my series of animal blocks I’ve approached horses with a little trepidation - I had a great idea for a galloping equine but the blocks would end up being pretty big. Deciding instead to start on the upper body only, like I did for Catz and Dogz, seemed to be the best option. Horsez heads then turned into Hobby Horsez pretty quickly – much more fun and better connotations – especially as they are planned for quilts! Make these blocks in three sizes, 10”, 8” and 6” - as square blocks - or with the extended pole as I have done. They have a bridle to make them distinctively horsey but without that and the mane they could be true blue aussie kangarooz! Hobby Horsez will make a nice cuddle quilt for a youngster. Made in pastel colours they are great for baby quilts. Change the setting and combine with other blocks or some simple appliqué and you’re sure to make a teenage horse-obsessed gal love you! Also included in this version - FREE CUTTING BASICZ sheet.

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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.