Suzanne’s Star top is finished. I hand stitched the binding down and I’m caught up – 6 quilted so far and all 6 are bound. Tomorrow I’ll start on #7.
A couple people asked about the pattern for this one and I did email Suzanne and ask but she doesn’t remember if she used a pattern … she wrote:
I loved that border fabric and made the center from scraps to match it. I never finished it because I didn’t like the big white areas. During the pandemic l pulled out all my ufo-s and did an inventory. Ugh! 40! Anyway, I added the appliquéd stars to the muslin areas and suddenly the quilt came to life! I guess the top just needed a timeout before it could finally be “finished.”
Thank you both, Mary and Suzanna
Very unlike your usual quilts but amazing.
This is a beautiful quilt. String quilters are doing a great job.
A very pretty quilt with the stars added. I agree that it might have been too plain without them. You are on a roll getting them quilted and bound, yahoo!
It is a lovely quilt. Certainly, a lot of work went into making it with all the appliqued stars. I like it. Your group makes fabulous quilts.
I love the quilt. Would be possible to let us know what size the blocks are and the template for the stars. It would make a great quilt of valor in red, white and blue. Theresa
The border is cute, but those stars really took the quilt top to a whole ‘nother level!! Nice choice for the binding, Mary. Congrats on being “caught up” and best of luck on quilt number 7!!
The stars really make this one special.
The quilt looks great, nice to see a picture with the border.
Just love that finish!