"Light In The Window"
Blue Star Service Flag Pattern
Blue Star Service Flag was introduced in World War I
as an unofficial symbol of a
child in the service. The tradition became more widely
used during World War II and
subsequent US conflicts. There is a regulation flag,
but no prohibition against
making your own to honor a loved one serving on active
Use our Light
In The Window panel to make a basic flag.
Enhance it with photographs or text included
on our panel to indicate branch of the military in which
your loved one is serving.
Finished size 12” wide; length varies.
Press-Perfect Binding Instructions
This binding method is easy and makes a very professional - looking edge finish
to your quilts.
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