The Starry Nine Patch block is a beautiful star with elongated points. You cut the points with templates from set C or D. The points appear to be even longer by the clever use of a flying geese unit next to the centre square, in the same colour as the points. The corner of the blok consist of nine patch blocks, creating a diagonal secondary design in the block and the quilts.
You can make the block in two sizes: 12 inch, with template sets A and C, or 16 inch, with template sets B and D.
The quilt on the front of the pattern (right on the photo) is 61 inches square. The sashings and the border are made from a border print fabric. This quilt is made with sets A and C. The pattern also contains a king size quilt project (107 inches square). The blocks for that quilt are made with sets B and D. One block made with sets B and D (16 inch) can be turned into a pillow or a small wall hanging (left in the photo). Finally, the pattern contains a table runner project, made out of three 16 inch blocks, made with sets B and D (centre in the photo).