The Summer Solstice star was designed using 3” strips for the strip piecing to create strip sets.. After the strip sets are completed, they are cut apart, rearranged, and resewn into a diamond star point. The technique evolved from seeing some common assembly approaches between the Summer Solstice and Bali Fever Backgrounds. Judy began experimenting with ways to speed up the creation of a lone star block with a strip to eliminate cutting, while also minimizing fabric waste. It incorporates a paper pieced New York Beauty (NYB) block and the general assembly process was designed with no Y-Seams. It uses yardage very efficiently at just over 7 yards of fabric for the top.
60″ x 60″
Pattern Includes: Instructions, Cover Sheet, Yardage Information, Foundation Papers