Finished Size: 12" x 12"
Originally settled by Native Americans, a group of Spanish explorers came upon the settlement in Texas on the feast day of Saint Anthony of Padua and named it San Antonio after him. Early Spanish settlers established a fort at what is now the Alamo and it was populated by families brought from the Canary Islands of Spain. A very popular tourist destination, the Alamo makes San Antonio tops in Texas. A distinctive star design, resembling exploding fireworks, recognizes this jewel in the "Lone Star" state's crown.
- Designed to be used with the City Blocks quilt, you can mix-and-match this pattern with any 12" finished block to make your own design
- Downloadable quilt pattern includes a photo of the quilt block, assembly diagram, assembly instructions, and full-size paper foundation piecing patterns
- Designed by Liz Schwartz & Stephen Seifert