Dreaming of Stars Finale – BIG Giveaway!


Today is the last day of the Dreaming of Stars Blog Tour! Kimberly Einmo is wrapping it up with her Double Friendship Star with a Twist.

Here are all the blocks from the tour – click each one for the tutorial.

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Monday, January 13 – Jessica Alexandrakis’ Sawtooth/Wonky Log Cabin Star

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Tuesday, January 14 – Kim Brackett’s Star Block (she’s invited you to help her name it!)

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Wednesday, January 15 – Nicole Daksiewicz’s Star Crossed Block

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Thursday, January 16 – John Kubiniec’s Paper Pieced Star

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Friday, January 17 – Kimberly Einmo’s Double Friendship Star with a Twist
As promised, we’re hosting a BIG GIVEAWAY for the grand finale!


To enter the drawing for a 30-piece fat quarter bundle of Dream Basic, leave a comment below telling us which block you plan to make first, and what colors you’d use to make it your own!

As usual, you’re allowed a bonus entry when you share this post on FacebookTwitterPinterestInstagram, or your own blog. Just leave one additional comment with a link to the place where you shared it (maximum 2 comments per person total, please).

Comments are moderated on this blog, which means your response will not appear immediately. No need to submit comments multiple times, we do receive them for review and approve them regularly.

A winner will be selected at random from the comment pool next Friday, January 24th. Good luck!


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  1. KellyS
    KellyS says:

    I love the double friendship star block! I would fussy cut the center with a cute girlie fabric and use modern complementary fabrics around it. Looks like a cute one for my girl’s quilt!

  2. Jane Brown
    Jane Brown says:

    I’d have to try the paper pieced star first and think I’d a little of the gray in each of the blocks in order to tie them together.

  3. Debra Dunn
    Debra Dunn says:

    I want to make the Double Friendship Star block using the two lightest pinks and the two darkest reds, on a white background… for Valentines, of course!

  4. Dianne Giles
    Dianne Giles says:

    Kim Brackett’s “Star Block” as the fabrics can be shown off! I would use, white as background, raspberry for the squares and a combo of blue & purple; lime green & bright orange for the “spokes”. Thanks for the chance to win such an awesome giveaway!

  5. Denise Monday
    Denise Monday says:

    Double friendship star with a twist would be my first block, set on point in bubblegum pinks, and apple greens with a white background!

  6. Mokki
    Mokki says:

    I’d like to try the saw tooth sonny log cabin star. Putting a log cabin inside the star is quite a nifty idea. I’d make it purples and blues.

  7. Tara Schmoll
    Tara Schmoll says:

    Oh!I would SO love to do the star crossed block but I think i would do it in a red, blue, and white and make a quilt for my cousin. He currently lives in England with his wife. It reminds me of the british flag.

  8. Elke Forstmann
    Elke Forstmann says:

    I would like to try the Double Friendship Star with a Twist and the Star Crossed Block. I would use all kinds of blue from the lightest to the darkest one combined with purple and pink.
    Thanks for the chance of winning the bundle for my daughter! These fabrics are so lovely!

  9. Beth
    Beth says:

    The sawtooth/wonky log cabin block looks like fun to sew! I would make it in shades of blue, with a little green and/or purple for some sparkle.

  10. Wendy
    Wendy says:

    Paper pieced star in yellows and oranges with a black and navy background. The fabrics would make a very modern looking quilt.

  11. Ann
    Ann says:

    I would like to try Kimberly Einmo’s Double Friendship Star with a Twist in purple,red,pink, and gray.( But now I want to leave work to go try it!!, boo hoo. :))

  12. Lisa Marie
    Lisa Marie says:

    I love all the star blocks! The first one I want to make is the Sawtooth/Wonky Log Cabin Star and I want to make it in navy, aqua, and lime which is a combination I really like right now.

  13. Kathy Harris
    Kathy Harris says:

    I think I would do John’s paper pieced star in yellow, orange, red with a dark background. I like the precise points of paper piecing.

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