The Sawtooth Star block is a classic and versatile block used in quilting designs. You need nine units. It includes a center square, four outer squares, and four flying geese units. You can use the same fabric for the center square and the flying geese. But you can switch it up by using a scrappy center or different color fabrics.
The key to making this block accurately is to have the correct measurements. Be sure of this for the flying geese units and double-check all the cutting sizes. You can also make this block more interesting. Use different fabrics for the center square or the flying geese, or use half square triangles.
Here you have a scrappy Center with four different squares. See how rich it looks!
Keep that Center square in the same color family, but make it different so that’s another option for your design.
Even beginners can make this block accurately and with ease! Just keep in mind that the pieces are made accurately and all cutting is good.
You can check on this tutorial to learn how to arrange and create this Block.
Also watch the tutorial below if you need to learn how to make a Flying Gueese
By Kristin Esser from SIMPLE HANDMADE EVERYDAY