I saw a similar star log cabin in a log cabin book a few years ago, and based my design on that, with several changes.
While this quilt is only 4 colors (counting the light an darker yellows), you can collect as many fabrics for it as possible.
To rotary cut this quilt without dealing with 1/8 and 1/16 cuts, the finished size of each block will be 12 inches square, and the finished size of the quilt (including 1 inch borders) will be 86 x 86.
You will need:
REDS: 1 1/2 yards - (one or more reds)
DARK YELLOWS: 1 1/2 yards (one or more dark yellows/golds)
BLACK OR READS BLACK: 5 5/8 (one or more blacks - also this includes the border)
LIGHT YELLOWS: 1 1/4 yards (one or more lighter yellows/golds).
Now then, start collecting your fabrics. When you've collected your fabrics (I think I'm still collecting mine), wash, press, and starting cutting :
REDS 2 1/2 inch squares (you will need 21)
DARK YELLOW 2 1/2 inch squares (you will need 28)
I prefer the "personal measurement method" of sewing log cabins, so cut 1 1/2 inch strips (x width of fabric), rather than cut each square before you've measured.
Next time we'll start sewing these log cabins together. Stay tuned!!