27 Lone Star Quilt Patterns

Explore the world of Lone Star Quilts with these Lone Star Quilt Patterns. If you are new to the quilting world and want to try your hands on a unique yet traditional quilt, then this collection is for you.

LONE STAR QUILT PATTERNS

The Lone Star quilt is a favorite quilt pattern handed down through the generations. Table toppers, wall hangings, small quilts, and lap quilts round out the mix, and all are made beautifully to give you ideas for your own home decor.

Dig into your stash, add some pieces from your favorite quilt shop, and get ready to have some fun as you create “new antiques” for your home.


1. Lone Star Baby Quilt Pattern by We All Sew

This baby quilt project is a simple 39″ x 39” quilt using a traditional Lone Star block motif blown-up. This is a great project for using pre-cut 10” x 10” squares.

Lone Star Baby Quilt Pattern by We All Sew

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2. Glowing Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Slice Of Pi Quilts

Make a stunning quilt that will become the center of attention of any bedroom! The Glowing Lone Star quilt pattern uses strip piecing, and is appropriate for intermediate quilters. The pattern makes a 92″ x 92″ queen-sized quilt.

Glowing Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Slice Of Pi Quilts

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3. Little Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Patty Murphy Handmade

This Little Lone Star Quilt is made using 16 fat eighths or a jelly roll. This 43″ square quilt is the perfect size for a baby quilt. An easy way to make the quilt larger is to add a decorative border, offset the quilt in a larger border or you can add more stars to make it larger. It’s easy to assemble and always a show stopper. 

Little Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Patty Murphy Handmade

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4. Rolling Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Quilting Daily

In this innovative rendition of an all-time American favorite, a careful arrangement of colors creates a gentle, radiating glow in a design that subtly hints at the flavors of the west.

Rolling Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Quilting Daily

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5. Patchwork Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Plains And Pine

This design is a variation on the classic Lone Star Quilt. The purpose of this pattern is to make a patchwork Lone Star by using what you already have on hand. 

It is perfect for using remaining fabric from Fat Quarters, Fat Eighths or yardage from previous projects. This patchwork Lone Star can also be made with a portion of a Jelly Roll or super scrappy using smaller scraps from your fabric stash.

Patchwork Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Plains And Pine

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6. One Block Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Quilter By Design

Now you can make an otherwise difficult Lone Star quilt without using any y-seams. Strip piece the red and blue fabrics and cut sets of diamonds. Join together into four-patch diamonds and then using only triangles, your star appears almost by magic!

Finish this off with simple triple-strip sashing for a sweet wall quilt or table banner to celebrate American holidays in style. Of course, any colors will do.

One Block Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Quilter By Design

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7. Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Daniela Patchwork

With this pattern, you will have the possibility to create 3 different projects: a beautiful Christmas tree skirt, a table topper or a fantastic quilt to hang or to use in the coldest evenings. The choice is yours!

Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Daniela Patchwork

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8. Mega Star Quilt Pattern by Brigitte Heitland Zen Chic

Mega Star Quilt is not just for the holidays, this graphic modern Lone Star quilt can brighten your wall all year long. Use a Jelly Roll for quick piecing and that wonderful scrappy look.

Mega Star Quilt Pattern by Brigitte Heitland Zen Chic

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9. Lone Star Glitter Quilt Pattern by Sew Can She

Strip your stash and make a gorgeous quilt without cutting or sewing a single square. Glitter Quilts are scrappy, modern, new-traditional quilt patterns that you can sew up super fast using strip piecing! 

Make 4 different sized quilts from one pattern by varying the size of strips you use. 2 1/2” strips will make a baby quilt, 3 1/2” strips will make a throw quilt, 5 1/2” strips make a Queen, and 6 1/2” strips make a King sized quilt.

Lone Star Glitter Quilt Pattern by Sew Can She

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10. Mod Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Hopeful Homemaker

Make a gorgeous lone star quilt! This Mod Lone Star Quilt Pattern makes a 70″x90″ quilt, or leave the borders off for a smaller quilt. Simple strip-piecing method helps the quilt come together quickly without cutting dozens of diamonds.

Mod Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Hopeful Homemaker

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11. String Pieced Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Quilter By Design

Grab that bin of scraps and strings and piece them onto newsprint diamonds. No need to measure – just stitch and press. Trim around the edges and add setting triangles for a no y-seam Lone Star!

String Pieced Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Quilter By Design

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12. Lone Star Salute Quilt Pattern by Quilting Daily

For patriotic punch, you can’t beat this stellar Lone Star Salute Quilt Design; includes free how to strip-piece video. Carefully-placed values of red and blue give amazing depth and movement to the design, and strip-piecing instructions simplify construction.

Lone Star Salute Quilt Pattern by Quilting Daily

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13. Lucky Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Hopeful Homemaker

This Lucky Lone Star quilt pattern makes a 64″x80″ lone star quilt. This lone star uses 15 different fabrics/colors to create a stunning quilt. No diamonds to cut – just strip piecing!

Lucky Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Hopeful Homemaker

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14. Not Alone Star Quilt Pattern by Plains And Pine

This design is a variation on the classic Lone Star Quilt, but instead of a single star this Not Alone Star Quilt is made up of multiple “lone” star blocks.

This is an Intermediate quilt pattern because it involves accurately cutting and sewing on a bias, sewing with a consistent ¼” throughout, and precision when matching diamond points. 

Not Alone Star Quilt Pattern by Plains And Pine

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15. Lone Star Quilt Block Pattern by Full Bobbin Designs

This Lone Star foundation paper piecing pattern is so easy to make and comes together very quickly! You can make as many blocks as you need to make a complete quilt top with 4 different sizes included.

Lone Star Quilt Block Pattern by Full Bobbin Designs

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16. Lone Star Table Topper Quilt Pattern by Blue Jacaranda

Add something special to your table with this stunning Lone Star Table Topper. Make it in red and green for Christmas or in your favourite colours to use every day.

Lone Star Table Topper Quilt Pattern by Blue Jacaranda

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17. One Jelly Roll Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Jordan Fabrics

This Lone Star has a bit of a twist – not only is the pattern free, but you only need one jelly roll and some background fabric to complete the quilt top. Talk about convenient!

Basically, you’re going to be working with 36 different fabrics. This sounds like a ton, but this should be available in your jelly roll. In fact, you’ll probably have some extras!

One Jelly Roll Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Jordan Fabrics

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18. Nourish Free Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Jaybird Quilts

Nourish is a lone star quilt made without Y seams. Solids, small scale prints, blenders or batiks for the featured fabrics make this quilt shine. 

Nourish Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Jaybird Quilts

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19. Lone Star Quilt Tutorial by Hopeful Homemaker

You can’t escape the energy of this lone star quilt pattern. The lone star is pretty busy, and to use a blue and red paisley just adds the twist.

This star is made up using five different fabrics. Choose patterns that look good together but also have enough contrast to show off the beauty of this lone star block. That’s where the high energy comes in.

Lone Star Block Tutorial by Hopeful Homemaker

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20. Jellied Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Moda Fabrics

This Jellied Lone Star Quilt is not necessarily a quick quilt. But, by taking your time through the steps you’ll end up with a stunning lone star without fussing with 200 little diamonds and no y-seams!

This pattern yields a quilt that is 59″ x 59″ but would be a great quilt to customize with borders to to make it just the size you need.

Jellied Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Moda Fabrics

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21. Lone Star Celebration Quilt Pattern by Missouri Star

Master the evasive Lone Star and make it one of your favorite quilt patterns with this Lone Star Celebration Quilt. With a few simple tips and tricks, this beautiful star block becomes a joy to create. It’s truly a clever way of looking at strip piecing.

In this online tutorial, you’ll learn how to choose just the right fabrics to make your Lone Star shine, cut fabric accurately, piece the quilt together without one single Y-seam, and feel confident as you assemble your quilt top. 

Lone Star Celebration Quilt Pattern by Missouri Star

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22. Free Modern Lone Star Lap Quilt Pattern by Quilting Daily

This colorful jelly-roll-friendly lap quilt pattern is the very essence of modern Christmas décor! The Snow-Kissed Star lap quilt uses quick strip piecing to make short work of the sparkling star points, for a fun new take on the beloved Lone Star quilt.

Free Modern Lone Star Lap Quilt Pattern by Quilting Daily

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23. Modern Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Blue Jacaranda

This Lone Star with large diamonds separated by white sashing strips is the perfect design to showcase your favourite fabrics! 

Modern Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Blue Jacaranda

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24. Summer Star Spiral Quilt Pattern by Karen Combs Studio

Here’s a new way to create Lone Star designs without diamonds! So easy to do! The quilt is a beautiful spiral of a single color. You can use the color in the pattern or change it to your favorite color. 

Summer Star Spiral Quilt Pattern by Karen Combs Studio

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25. Whimsy Christmas Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Hopeful Homemaker

This quilt is made using 2″ strips of fabric and is traditional in layout. Mix things up a bit by using large scale prints instead of small ones just for fun.

Whimsy Christmas Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Hopeful Homemaker

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26. Big Block Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Quilter By Design

Make a Lone Star Quilt in a day! No need to tediously cut out templates. Everything is strip pieced for accuracy. Rotary cut with no y-seams! A wonderful big block (29”) and a great wall or child’s quilt.

Big Block Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Quilter By Design

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27. Striped Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Purl Soho

This Striped Star Mini Quilt is a simple take on a complicated classic. Strip-pieced stripes convey a sense of dimensionality and movement, and a pretty assortment of neutral dots and stripes add a clean, modern aesthetic.

The pattern comes together unexpectedly in fascinating puzzle that will delight your quilting mind!

Striped Lone Star Quilt Pattern by Purl Soho

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WE HOPE YOU ENJOYED THESE LONE STAR QUILT PATTERNS AND WILL SEW SOME YOURSELF!

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