Monday, September 5, 2011

Busy Monday: AccuQuilt GO! Modular Star Tutorial & Giveaway!

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Most Modular Stars I have seen are made out of glass, metal or paper. I have wanted to make this modular star pattern for a very long time, and as I was deciding on which AccuQuilt GO! Dies I wanted to design with first, I knew I had to have this one. There was no doubt in my mind it would work, I just didn't know how many I'd have to make, to make it work! Although this looks so difficult, I'd actually call it a step above a "beginner level" pattern. It really is so easy, it just looks very intimidating. When in doubt try it out! The fabric used here are various patterns from the Baum Textiles (Windham Fabric) "Storybook" line. They were little pieces from their swatch cards that I have had for a long time!

Here's what you'll need:
AccuQuilt GO! Machine (Studio or Baby)
AccuQuilt GO! "Triangles in Square - 3" Finished"
AccuQuilt Cutting Mat
Fabric of Choice
Straight Scissors
Sewing Machine
Fiberfill for stuffing
Needle & Thread (for sewing closed)

Here's what you'll do:

Step 1: (Please read all manufacturers instructions prior to using your AccuQuilt cutter if you are a first timer). Place a couple of pieces of fabric onto the 2 Large Triangles of your AccuQuilt GO! Cutter die and cover with the cutting mat. Roll the die and mat through the AccuQuilt Cutter and continue this process until you have at least 60 pieces for your Modular Star. If you are using many different scraps, you may want to consider cutting a few extra, so you can be selective when coordinating each triangle and each section. 
Step 2: Place two triangles, right sides together, and stitch along one of the long sides.  You can chain stitch this step, to avoid clipping your thread and starting again each time. Be sure to lock in your stitch at each end (as you turn them right side out, they may come apart without a locked in stitch). You will need to chain stitch 20 sets of 2. 
Step 3: Now open it, right sides facing up and place the 3rd Triangle face down, lining up the raw edges. Chain stitch this step as well. You will then have sewn 20 sets of 3 triangles each. 
Step 4: Once you have sewn the 3 pieces together, you will sew the two outside edges together, to close up the side of the triangle. The bottom will remain open. After you have sewn the edge of all 20 triangles, carefully turn them all right side out. They now look like little pyramids. 

Step 5: Now we begin connecting all of the pyramids. First we start by connecting 2 triangles together, from two of the pyramids. Place right sides together and sew them together. (TIP: Don't make the mistake I made and not sew enough of a seam allowance in this step. Once 5 pyramids are sewn together you may have a hole in the center that will weaken easily over time. Your seam allowance should be at least 1/4" if not slightly more.)
Step 6: Add another pyramid to the first 2, by connecting one triangle side of the connected pyramids, to one side of the new pyramid. Continue this process until you have 5 pyramids connected (they will look like a crown). Set this crown (set of 5) aside and make another crown.
Step 7: When you have 2 crowns, pick one triangle from each crown, and connect the two triangles by sewing them right sides facing together.
Step 8: Now you'll see that by connecting the two crowns, you have 4 pyramids right in the center (2 on each side). You'll now add one pyramid in between these 4, to create a crown in the center. Connect  one side of the pyramid to the left, and the other side of the same pyramid to the right side. (Now it will look like you have one crown in the center and 3 pyramids on each side.)

Step 9: If you turn it around as in this top left picture, you'll have one crown in the center and 3 pyramids on each side (as mentioned before). Now you'll see that you have 4 again and can add a 5th pyramid in between to make a 5 pointed crown again. So repeat step 8. 
Step 10: You will continue this exact same process as you go all the way around. Remember that 20 pyramids will make one whole Modular star! 
Step 11: Before you stitch up the very last edge, you'll have to stuff it. Now I used Bamboo for this one (as seen in the pictures), and thought it would help to hold it's shape better and be more dense (bamboo is very thick and dense). But I think the next one I make will be filled with a light weight polyfill. I think it will stuff better and simply be lighter. I think it will also put less stress on the centers. So stuff yours with a fiber of choice. 
Step 12: Close your Modular star closed with a ladder stitch. It is really addictively fun to play with. Just ask my girls and my husband. Because he is a graphic designer, I'm always interested in his opinion, and when I see him seriously checking out my work (and playing with it!), I get so excited!!!

If you like this Triangle Die as much as I do, you can also check out my other AccuQuilt GO! Triangle Pennant Banner Tutorial! And now - the moment I've been waiting for, and hopefully you have been too!...

The AccuQuilt GO! GIVEAWAY!

Here's what you can win:
1 AccuQuilt GO! Baby and 3 Dies of YOUR choice! and I think a cutting mat (but I'll check on that in the meantime)! Make sure you choose Dies that are compatible with the GO! Baby!

If you win:
The winner will have to supply me (in a personal email after you have been notified as the winner) with your Full Name, Mailing Address, Phone Number & Email Address.

Details of the Giveaway:
This giveaway will be open to US Residents until I find out otherwise. It wasn't specified - so I will check and get back to you. Please enter anyway just in case!
This Giveaway will be open from Monday September 5th , 2011 4pm EST until Saturday September 17, 2011 11:59pm EST. Winner will be notified by email only. 

To Enter:
If you want a chance to win - you MUST leave A comment below ( WITH your email address. Please understand that I really don't have time to go hunting for a way to contact you) If you forget and leave another comment with only your email address, in the hopes that will count as two -  only your first comment will count). 

For additional chances to win:

  • You can tweet about it with a link - please include my twitter handle "" (leave a comment here so it counts that you did)
  • You can blog about it (leave a comment here with a link)
  • You can visit my Pinterest page ( and re-pin anyone of my Kid Giddy Designs Pins. Only the Kid Giddy Design Pins will be counted. (leave a comment here for it to count) 

So are you ready??? GO! Ahead and enter!

Thanks for stopping by and checking out my tutorial and for entering my giveaway! If you have any questions about the tutorial or the giveaway you can click the contact me button up top and fire away! After you do make a Modular Star, please feel free to upload a couple of my pics to my Kid Giddy Flickr Group! I just recently started the group, so I'm really needing more company! If you've made something using one of my designs, or tutorials, please post it to the group! Good Luck and have a great week!

Disclaimer: I have not been paid by AccuQuilt to design this tutorial, but I have been given some products listed, in order to make it. This does not, in any way, alter my opinions of the product being used.

Please note: This MODULAR STAR PATTERN is a Kid Giddy Original and cannot be made and resold. This pattern tutorial is being shared for home and personal use only. THANK YOU! I have received many emails inquiring to share this tutorial. You may only share the first image (which is the finished Modular Star image) and a link back to this tutorial. You may NOT re-do this tutorial (even in another language) even taking your own photos, to share on your own blog or site. I appreciate that many of you love the design, but re-creating the tutorial for your own site, even with credit is not acceptable. Thank you.

If you do not have the AccuQuilt cutter, you can still make this design, using a basic triangle shape. As long as the two side lengths are the same, you are good to go. It can be as point or as short as you'd like it. You can purchase a triangle cutting ruler (used for pennant banners and quilting) which will work as well. I'd also recommend you clip the corners to make it easier for your seam allowance. Again - just by making your own triangles doesn't mean you created the pattern, and can therefore sell it as your own, as a finished product or as a PDF pattern, etc. Thank you for your understanding!

And while you are here...would you mind clicking this image and voting for my blog...I have been nominated and would love to be included on the 2012 Top 50 mom craft blogs Babble list! I'm currently in the top 30 but need more votes to stay there and work my way closer to the top! Thanks so much!!!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS OVER - Audrey's Attic won. Thanks!


Sarah C. F. said... [Reply]

me love this pillow! i will make one! i have seen them knit or crocheted but i don't know if i've seen a pattern for a sewn version. i think it will be faster to sew than to knit! ha ha! this makes me want to do a little dance...

Anonymous said... [Reply]

This would come in handy for my weekend quilting!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I tweeted @Lealee33

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I repinned your Sunflower Pillow. So Beautiful!

yourstrulydear said... [Reply]

oo la la, so fancy! yourstrulydear[at]gmail[dot]com
thanks kerry! :)

Brassy Apple said... [Reply]

you look like you have been busy!

Hi Kerry! What's the latest news in your neck of the woods? :)

Kristy said... [Reply]

This is really awesome! never heard or seen this before!Good luck to everyone!

Carla G said... [Reply]

Thanks for the Star Tutorial - it is so cool! Maybe one day I'll have an accuquilt go to cut out the shapes quickly... Thanks for a chance to win!

Kelly Lopez said... [Reply]

I have been looking at the AccuQuilt and would LOVE to win!

kellyhubka at mac dot com

Anonymous said... [Reply]

that star is amazing, I've made them out of paper but fabric, wow


Karen said... [Reply]

I LOVE this star and using the accuquilt go would make it sssoooooo much easier to cut pieces than by hand. I will make one with different textures of material for my special needs daughter! Thank you!

BearMoon Creations said... [Reply]

How awesomely cool.....thanks for the tutorial...will have to try this one. My grandson would LOVE this.

I've posted on my blog:

and shared on Facebook:!/pages/BearMoon-Creations/187511661310720

Pam said... [Reply]

How cool, you are amazing. Heading to pinterest next!!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

also repinned your bunting on pintrest. They would make a great baby shower gift.


Pam said... [Reply]

This is just my free your pinterest too!!!!

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said... [Reply]

Amazing star! I think that is something I just have to make. Great tutorial!

rsisland at hotmail dot com

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said... [Reply]

I repinned your cute owls.

The Clayburn Family said... [Reply]

This would be very cool to win!
Amy C.

Robin (RsIslandCrafts) said... [Reply]

I tweeted....@rsislandcrafts

Steph Cef said... [Reply]

I would LOVE to win this!

Sharon Tattersall said... [Reply]

Wow!! great job!! I have made these out of paper before, never out of material!!

Unknown said... [Reply]

I would love to win a Go! Baby.

Jenn Wilson said... [Reply]

Thank you for offering a chance for us to win one! I'm excited!

Tina said... [Reply]

I so want to make this in to a purse!

Christa said... [Reply]

I've been wanting one of these machines ever since they came out. Thanks for the chance to win one!

(sophia_regina77 at yahoo dot com)

Charity Hardin said... [Reply]

Oh wow, that is the coolest thing!! Thanks for doing the giveaway!

Candy Mak said... [Reply]

I love that star, that would be an awesome 'cuddly' for the kids.

PassMe said... [Reply]

I love all of your projects :)

Anonymous said... [Reply]

What a cool little star!

justmail at nycap dot rr dot com

Diane Standish(crazeedi) said... [Reply]

Woul love to have an AccuQuilt Go! Thanks for the chance to win!

Susan said... [Reply]

This is so cute. I'm definitely saving this to try myself.

Wendys Hat said... [Reply]

What a great prize! Your Modular star is incredible!

Kieran Andersen said... [Reply]

Love, love, love!! Thanks for offering a lovely giveaway!!

Susan said... [Reply]

I follow you now on Pinterest and repin that thumb cover. Such a nifty idea.


Wendys Hat said... [Reply]

I'm now following you on Pinterest {I had already pinned your star but I did repin your little gift pouches. THanks!

Gretchen said... [Reply]

I love this! I bought something similar at an antique market and have puzzled over how to duplicate it. Thank you for such a clear tutorial!

Eva said... [Reply]

I love this! I'm going to post on Pinterest (or repost someone else's...) Thanks for sharing.

trueepicure at gmail dot com

Hilary said... [Reply]

This is adorable! I will totally be making this for a girlfriend who is due in december. Of course, it would be much easier to make if i had an accuquilt! ;)


Carrie said... [Reply]

awesome tutorial and great giveaway!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

This star is amazing. I've made them with paper also but fabric stars would be so cool. Thank You for the tutorial with the really clear and concise pictures. Chris

Anonymous said... [Reply]

This is awesome! I'd love to get some triangle measurements though, in case I'm not the lucky winner. :)
Lisa W. paleogirlhotmailcom

Hilary said... [Reply]

I requested an invite on Pinterest (what a fun site!) I had never been there before - but since I'm not currently a member, I couldn't repin. I did however share it on facebook (the gnome costume - how cute is that!)

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Very cute! Baby shower coming up that this would be perfect for!


Melody said... [Reply]

Hi there - I repinned on pinterest and would like to leave this comment as well. Awesome project. Thanks!


Anonymous said... [Reply]

I just stumbled on this blog after seeing a Facebook post from CRAFT magazine about the the modular star. It looks like a lot of fun and I think I will be trying out some patterns in the near future!

Micha said... [Reply]

I love modular stars, and your pattern is great! This would be an awesome thing to get :)

Laura said... [Reply]

Love this tutorial! I've been obsessed with sewing baby toys lately and this is definitely going on the list. Thanks for the chance!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

This looks really neat.

k8t said... [Reply]

Cant wait to try this. Thanks for sharing.

Anonymous said... [Reply]

This is a such a beautiful and fun project! With 2 kids of my own, I certainly don't have time to cut out 60 little triangles by hand!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

love love love!

Sylvie xxx

mikelynn said... [Reply]

My mother would love this machine and I could even borrow it to make the star.

Jane said... [Reply]

I sooo want one!

janewu82 at gmail dot com

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Awesome!!!! I would love to make this!!!


MankyCat said... [Reply]

I love this project! Definitely have plenty of scraps to make into it!


Anonymous said... [Reply]

Very cool! Would love to make one. The machine would certainly make it easier (can't imagine cutting those triangles by hand...)


Jennianydots said... [Reply]

That is amazing! I would love to attempt to make this for my friend who's preggers w/ her first kid. Thanks for the give-away!

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KZ said... [Reply]

That is so cute!

KZ said... [Reply]

Jennianydots said... [Reply]

Re-pinned this tutorial on Pintrest. Also really loved your bunting! So cute!

Jennianydots said... [Reply]

Twitter post from me @jennianydots605.

Thanks for the giveaway!

KZ said... [Reply]

Pinned the thumb sucking guard, what a good idea!

WhovianPoch said... [Reply]

I'm sorry if I've ended up posting multiple times. Its not showing up for some reason so I'm trying again :-) sassypoch(at)hotmail(dot)com.

julie said... [Reply]

jufinn at indiana dot edu

julie said... [Reply]

I repinned that awesome gnome costume.

jufinn at indiana dot edu

mary said... [Reply]

I can't wait to make this for my new grandaughter! I love to piece quilts and that fun gadget would make life easier.

buttonsoneverything said... [Reply]

Very cute! And that accuquilt would be very fun to play with...

buttonsoneverything said... [Reply]

And I tweeted!

queenie said... [Reply]

this is very cool! Wonderful also to see this accuquilt thingee. . . . wow. Didn't know about this. Would love to win one! you can email me at greenwoodqueen[at]

buttonsoneverything said... [Reply]

And repinned this pretty star tutorial. :)

Carolie said... [Reply]

How exciting! I'm a beginning quilter with a passion for 3-D stellar shapes!

Thank you!

Janet said... [Reply]

What a wonderful prize! I do have small grandchildren that would love this toy. Thank you for the chance to win.

Caty said... [Reply]

I love it! Going to attempt to make this sans a cutter (which I don't own...yet?). Glad to have stumbled onto your blog (through Craftzine)!

Please to enter me into the winning circle:
caty.koehl[at] :)

betsy said... [Reply]

I have been wanting to make a circle quilt for years, maybe having something to easily cut them is the push I need to finally make it!!!

Betcreagan (at)

karan said... [Reply]

I sure hope this is a beginners project because I just know I'm going to win!

Corks said... [Reply]

I love this toy! It reminds me of a Moravian star and Christmas time. What a great toy idea!

Please enter me in the giveaway (cmunruh at gmail dot com)

Amy said... [Reply]

Ooo! I can't wait to try this! Please enter me in the giveaway!

-Amy Kendall (amykendall at gmail dot com)

Rebecca said... [Reply]

So much awesome! yarnismyantidrug at cox dot net

the frog princess said... [Reply]

I would love to win this!

gershamabob at gmail dot com

Laurel said... [Reply]

wow... so fun! i would LOVE to make one of those.

Linda F. said... [Reply]

What a great project! I would love to do one!
LLFrost at

Natalie said... [Reply]

ooh I would LOVE to win a GO baby!!! This tutorial is just adorable.

natalie.teodori at gmail dot com

Natalie said... [Reply]

I repinned the modular star to my pinterest page. so cute!
natalie.teodori at gmail dot com

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I would love to give this a go!! I've posted on fb and Twitter!!/home.php?w2m&ref=home&_rdr&__user=1119952289 slilp01 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I need to make one (or a dozen) of these.

soconnor (at) email (dot) arizona (dot) edu

Brandee said... [Reply]

Love this! Can I make it with out the Go! dies? Unless I win, I don't have them :)
johnbrandee at gmail dot com

Unknown said... [Reply]

that is RIDICULOUSLY cool. lafamiliaburke at gmail dot com!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Fun to have a bundle of these to have a 'pillow' fight with. Ha!

DK said... [Reply]

omg these would be so awesome in a kid's room!
mangomerle at gmail dot com

Anonymous said... [Reply]

This is very beautiful. Thank you very much for posting the tutorial! I can't wait to make mine. Although I think it will take me all day. ^_^

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Sarah @ Pink Lime said... [Reply]

What an amazing project! I can't wait to make one. Thanks for a chance to win, pinklimecreations at gmail dot com

sofen said... [Reply]

This star is a perfect gift to babies! I love it, and will try to make one even thoug I do not own this smart device you used.

I live in Norway, and I hope you find out that us abroads also can participate!

jachelno at gmail dot com

amhv said... [Reply]

This will be perfect for the 2 baby gifts I am planning on making!
Although it would be much easier with an AccuQuilt.

Alicia.Vittal @ gmail . Com

ElizabethH said... [Reply]

What a great tutorial!

ehesse1215 @ cs . com

Margret said... [Reply]

Hi! Found you on Pinterest, through your modular star, and also pinned your "easy sewing" for the next step after lacing cards. What great ideas. I will be following you from now on. Thanks!

Gwen said... [Reply]

Love this design. You are awesome. Another new way to use traditional quilting techniques...with a little help from AccuQuilt. Making this for my next grandbaby.

Carly said... [Reply]

I love it! I have two friends who recently had babies, I'm going to make each of them one of these in the same fabrics as the quilts I'm working on for them.

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I just started quilting but this reminds me of modular origami, which I used to make a LOT! What a wodnerful toy for a lucky baby.

lauroradesigns [at] gmail [dot] com

CaroleM said... [Reply]

I'm looking at your tutorial and then think "well I don't have the Accuquilt..." and here you're giving one away! Thanks!
carolejm at gmail dot com

CaroleM said... [Reply]

I repinned on Pinterest
Carole Martin
carolejm at gmail dot com

Andrea said... [Reply]

Love to win an accuquilt and give your tutorial a try.

KarenD. said... [Reply]

Can't wait to make this star. It's the perfect toy for all ages. Thanks for doing this give-away.

Megan said... [Reply]

I would love twin an accuquilt. So cute!

Slickmegan at hotmail dot com

I also repinned this.

Sarah said... [Reply]

Love this! I think it might move to the top of my to do list!!

Magpie said... [Reply]

The math is take out of this it!

Anya said... [Reply]

What a cute project! And thanks for the chance!

KEM32 said... [Reply]

What a great baby gift! Thanks for hosting the contest!

Katiebearkate (at)

superstitches said... [Reply]

Love the way you used the triangles to make a 3d sculpture. I can hardly wait to try this.

Anonymous said... [Reply]

so cool i've never seen anything like this! scg00387 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said... [Reply]!/DesMoinesDealin/status/112701566938656768 scg00387 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said... [Reply]

i pinned to my 'love it' board my pin name is swoodson scg00387 at yahoo dot com

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I have been debating about buying one of these. This would be perfect! I do love the cool pillow and I would love to make a banner too.

Jennifer said... [Reply]

Oh the possibilities if I win this!

Unknown said... [Reply]

I fell in love with this pattern the minute I saw it. How much easier it would be to make with this machine.

Frank said... [Reply]

I'm tempted to make this even if I have to cut out the pieces by hand :-)

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I love the star and the giveaway! :)

sweet diesel designs said... [Reply]

I'm so keeping my fingers crossed that I just might be so lucky to win one of these "baby's"...I really want to tackle a hexagon quilt....thanks for the giveaway!

JoAnn said... [Reply]

I'd love to win one of these great tools!! thanks

Rhonda the Rambler said... [Reply]

My email address is gap(dot)rhonda(at)gmail(dot)com thanks for sharing

Rhonda the Rambler said... [Reply]

I repined your owl. I love owls. My pinterest name is Rhonda Alston Laws. Thanks

Rhonda the Rambler said... [Reply]

I tweeted about your giveaway @gaprhonda

marya said... [Reply]

Amazing! I can't wait to make this for my little mister! Thanks for the post!

Η Πευκοβελόνα said... [Reply]

Posting from Greece...amazing tutorial

Nancy said... [Reply]

I Love this Tutorial, and my Granddaughter would Love that Star!! Thank~You!!


Nancy said... [Reply]

I tweeted about your Give Away, here is the link: Kid Giddy by 2 is Beautiful, LLC Craft DIY Blog: Busy Monday: AccuQuilt GO! Modular Star Tutorial & Giveaway!


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Anonymous said... [Reply]

Hi Kerry!! Beautiful star!!!! Good luck to everyone :)

La Llorona said... [Reply]

I dream of...
Crafting full Tilt
with AccuQuilt.

Stacyjo said... [Reply]

Cool! I just watched a demo of the Go!Baby and I love it! Thanks for the chance :)

M Vasquez said... [Reply]

Awesome giveaway. I've been wanting one of these for a while. :)

auschick said... [Reply]

these stars are so cute!

sarah said... [Reply]

this is so cool, i would love to make one of these...

srosenb1 at gmail dot com

Jo said... [Reply]

Your pillow is just great! I would really like to win one of these, I could get things done so much faster.

Lisa said... [Reply]

Charming pattern, creative use of the AccuQuilt GO! Baby! I love 3-D sewing.

Shasta said... [Reply]

i think a huge one made for my two year old would be awesome! He likes things he can roll around!

Jennifer Priest said... [Reply]

love love love this project!!!

Jennifer Priest

Jennifer Priest said... [Reply]

Shared on Facebook....not that that counts but I did it anyways :)

Jennifer Priest said... [Reply]

Just repinned the flower pillow made for Anna Griffin:)

Jennifer Priest said... [Reply]

Tweeted! @hydrangeahippo

Melisa Alzammar said... [Reply]

Thanks for the chance at this awesome giveaway
Melisa Alzammar

Jennifer Priest said... [Reply]


Anonymous said... [Reply]

Terry Helin says: very cool ... Thank you for the chance to win ... Say this blog on Jennifer Priests Facebook page

Shelly K. Hein-Simmons said... [Reply]

What an amazing little machine! Would flip out if I won!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I have never been happier to see something so easy to make quilting such a breeze. So excited cindy

Linda said... [Reply]

Very cute pillow! Thanks for a chance to win!

dottbugs @ comcast . net
(just remove the spaces :) )

Sue D said... [Reply]

Wow--very cool modular star. Would love to win a Go! Baby.
slrdowney at hotmail dot com

Wendy Jo said... [Reply]

Oh my stars! This looks complicated at first, but I bet that tool cuts down the time in cutting the pieces. Some day I'll wish upon a star and hopefully one will fall into my hands.

wjof99 at yahoo dot com

Angela Fehr said... [Reply]

I would love to surprise my sewing sister with an Accuquilt!

eleni_s said... [Reply]

I will make this as a present to the baby girl of my best friend, it is such a great idea!! thanks for sharing this!!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I love your ornament! I can see where Accuquilt's perfect cutting would make it so much easier to sew together. Thanks for the free tutorial and giveaway.


Anonymous said... [Reply]

Thanks for the chance to win a Baby GO! Love your tutorial.


miranda said... [Reply]

OMG, what a funny thing to make....and aswell a giveaway!!! Thank you so much for this oppertunity. Here in the Netherlands I still don't see those fun Baby GO's!

miranda said... [Reply]

And "if" I win ,I lived in the States and have a friend you can send it to...

Anonymous said... [Reply]

What a fun project to use with my collection of scrap fabric. It seems like the AccuQuiltGo would make this super easy to cut out. I hope I am lucky today.
Melissa W

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Would LOVE to win this giveaway as I have a TON of ideas for projects!Karen

Anonymous said... [Reply]

I am SO making this! - Jennifer

Deanna said... [Reply]

I sure hope this is open international. I have seen these things around and would love to have one. So easy for cutting!

Anonymous said... [Reply]

wow! I love this pattern. I can hardly wait to give it a try! said... [Reply]

I love this star. will try and make one for my little granddaughter, she is 8 months old now.. hope i can win that AccuGo because i like them very much and hope its not only for us but international...
thank you for the tutorial !!

Emarie913 said... [Reply]

WOW!!!! Love Love Love this and all you do!! I want to make 100 of them!! You are truely gifted.


AJ (The Quilting Pot Podcast) said... [Reply]

Thanks for sharing the tutorial! Love the dimensional star....

Yvonne said... [Reply]

Thank you for the change to win the AccuGo. I love your tutorial, many thanks for that.

Greetings Yvonne

Rachel said... [Reply]

The star softie is so cute, I love it! I've marked this to try...

Anonymous said... [Reply]

To my very talented neighbor, I want to make a star!


Jittina said... [Reply]

Your star looks great! I'd love to win the AccuQuilt Go! so I can make one for my children.

AJ (The Quilting Pot Podcast) said... [Reply]

Blogged about your tutorial. You can view my blog here:

AJ -

snugglebugs said... [Reply]

Looks like Christmas gifting may begin now! Adorable!

beth dot wise at gmail dot com

snugglebugs said... [Reply]

Modular star repinned! And as the owner of many a ribbon barrette as a child, of course I had to repin that as well!

beth dot wise at gmail dot com

Marga (MarPie) said... [Reply]

Thanks for the tutorial and for the change to win the ACcu Quilt Go!!!.


Kind regards,

Anonymous said... [Reply]

Thanks for the pattern and the change for the accu quilt
Bye for now, Kyra

snowpaper27 said... [Reply]

This is such a cute idea, it almost makes me want to have another baby...almost!
Thanks for the post!

Laura said... [Reply]

Love this-- I am just learning to sew and would love to try this out-- at least it looks like straight stitches :) Thanks for the giveaway opportunity!

Scenic Pit Stops said... [Reply]

That is super cute - I'm not sure who would like it more, my son or my cats!

turn (dot) me07 (at) gmail (dot) com

littlebluebirdie said... [Reply]

love it! wonder if my boys would like

kristyvisser @

Anonymous said... [Reply]

What a cute toy! I've seen a star cushion before, but never a whole ball! Thanks for the chance to win! Jenn Martin Gmail = Neliamne

La Yen said... [Reply]

Very cool! waldoswife at

Allie said... [Reply]

This is so cute! Perfect timing too since my good friend is visiting with her 1 year old in a couple weeks. This giveaway would certainly make this project, as well as many others much easier!

Allie said... [Reply]

Oops! Looks like I forgot to check the date on this one. Sorry!

Kerry said... [Reply]

Wow, that is very cool! I made a modular star like that in high school from origami paper. I loved it, but it didn't last. I'd love to make a fabric version.

kerry dot mcconnell at gmail dot com

Cathie said... [Reply]

Cute star!

Eema-le said... [Reply]

I love that project. I've crocheted similar toys for my friends' babies.

Marimba Ani said... [Reply]

Technically, this shape is a super-stellated (each face goes out into a point) icosahedron (a regular polyhedron with twenty identical equilateral triangular faces).

If you modify this pattern, you can make a super-stellated dodecahedron (with twelve identical pentagonal (five-sided) faces). This solid is often used as a tree-topper (in metal and/or glass).


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Star of Paris said... [Reply]

I just finished this modular star for my baby.
Thanks for the tutorial, it's a great project idea :)
Star of Paris

Leah said... [Reply]

Love this design! Thank you for the tutorial. Also just checked out your Pinterest Boards ~ I'm completely addicted.

KQ Sue said... [Reply]

Great tutorial! Would love to win!

Unknown said... [Reply]

Wow! that looks complicated, but I may just give it a try!

Kerry_Kid Giddy said... [Reply]


Thanks for the comment - but unfortunately the giveaway is long over. You don't have to have the accuquilt cutter - as long as all your triangles are the same, you can still do the same thing! I hope you have fun making one.

Anonymous said... [Reply]

What size are the triangles? so we dont have to play around with dimensions. would hate to end up with a giant one for a tiny kid. please thanks.

Kerry_Kid Giddy said... [Reply]


The base is approx 3 1/4" wide and to the top point is also 3 1/4". As long as both sides are the same, you can make it how ever big or small you'd like it.

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