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Scandinavian Star Craft Tutorial

Get ready to WOW your Holiday Guests this season with the easy Scandinavian Stars Craft Tutorial inside the Sew A Story Maker's Club! We can hardly wait for the magic of Christmas, and we can't stop making this NO-SEW fabric craft!!! Today we are making ours in Silent Night fabric designs by me for Riley Blake Designs! We are SURE you'll quickly become addicted to making them as we did!

What will you use your Scandinavian Stars for? Table toppers, tree ornaments, place setting, gift tags, bouquet arrangements and so much more! Don't forget to share your makes by tagging @sewastory_jenniferlong and using the hashtag #sewastory.

Click the link below to watch how to make a quick, no-sew Christmas star. I am a Guest on the Riley Blake Designs YouTube channel this week sharing all the tips and tricks for this fun craft!

Grab (2) of your favorite fabric scraps and join Jennifer Long inside our Maker's Club so you can unlock the full tutorial below and begin creating today!

Let's get creative! Just gather the supplies below, then download the pattern/files. Don't forget to share your project on social media using the hashtag #SASmakersclub and tag @sewastory_jenniferlong.


  • Scandinavian Stars Measurements / Tutorial (Maker's Club Members)

  • Rotary Cutter

  • Quilting Ruler

  • Self-Healing Mat

  • Iron and Wool Mat

  • Scissors


If you haven’t already, become a Sew A Story - Maker's Club Annual Member. This gives you access to our entire growing, Maker's Club library of downloads! Including Quilt - Story Block of the Month patterns, Doll Patterns and Accessories (Sewing and Machine Embroidery versions), PDF templates, SVG cut files and more!

Member's can simply login at the top of the site to unlock the tutorial below.

1. Using Heat n Bond Craft Heavy Weight fusible interfacing, place the rough side of the Fusible Interfacing onto the back (wrong side) of material to be bonded. Cover with a lightweight, dry pressing cloth. Press and hold iron with medium pressure for 10-15 seconds. Repeat by lifting iron to a new area and pressing, slightly overlapping the previous area until the entire surface is bonded.

2. Cut (2) - 6 1/2" x 6 1/2" squares EACH of (2) contrasting fabrics. This is a total of (4) fabric squares. Remove the paper back from EACH of the squares and fuse (2) contrasting squares together with right sides out. Make (2) total. You will have a (2) firm, 2-tone fabric square.

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