Star Sashing baby quilt

Another baby quilt that I designed and pieced back in 2015, but I never got to finish it due to the baby coming (I’m always blaming Orestis). But I still adore those fabrics, and these little aqua stars.

This baby quilt is for SALE in my Shop SOLD.


star sashing quilt

Quilt Process

Machine pieced, quilted and hand-bound by me.
Quilt dimensions: 45” x 46” (114 x 117 cm).
Quilt pattern: Original design.

Materials used

All fabrics are 100% organic cotton.

Quilt front: Mod squad by Dan Stiles (Birch fabrics), white solid cotton, Kona cotton Robin egg and navy polka dot fabric.
Backing: A combo of solid white cotton fabric and leftover fat quarters from the front of the quilt.
Binding: Navy stripes premium cotton.
Batting: 100% cotton.

Date made: 27.4.2015 – 5.12.2016

star sashing baby quilt

I quilted the quilt by using the stitch-in-the-ditch method. I recently came to love this quilting, because it is fast and it generally gives a decent result.

The truth is that I really hate sashing my blocks. If I can avoid it, I will. And I am more drawn to designs that don’t have sashing. But this adorable star sashing baby quilt has been on my pinterest list for ages, and I just had to make it. What about you? Who else hates sashing?

Thank you for reading, have a nice weekend, and don’t forget to stop by my Instagram account @zarkadia to keep track on what I’m doing and maybe say hi once in a while!


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Zarkadia Quilting Co. is a home-based company that focuses on making special and unique quilts that hug and caress. Quilts are love, tenderness, warmth and cure. Enjoy and be inspired by this art form and know yourself in the process.

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Jasmine Creates
January 31, 2017 12:26 am

This is darling. I loves the stars in the sashing. I find that I would rather add sashing than match a bunch of points, but I don’t add sashing to everything.

January 31, 2017 12:55 pm

Thank you Jasmine! Well I can manage points because they are challenging, but I find sashing boring.

Judy B
January 29, 2017 3:01 am

I think it is sweet! Those little aqua stars are the cutest. I don’t like or dislike sashing. Many blocks require a little “setting apart”. Good job!

January 29, 2017 12:26 pm

Thank you Judy so much! So kind of you!

Love to read your comments!