We were to start with a central block of our own choosing. Each month, Laura gave us directions for the next border, or partial border. That's were the personal interpretation started. Some didn't like asymetical borders and others changed the the colour orientation, and others decided to stop at different points. They are all so different though we used the same pattern. I do hope you enjoy the show. Sorry I don't have to names of all the makers.
|Barb decided to stop early and make a smaller wall hanging|
|Joyce is still pondering whether to go larger or to stop and make||this a wheel chair quilt|
|Kay still considers herself a new quilter and felt challenged to make this wall hanging.|
|This is mine. I still am going to add a single fabric border when I find the correct print|
I promised I'd show you my lonestar quilt once it was put together. Ta-da. It measures about 64 inches a side. Now to figure out how to quilt it. Once again, the pattern is by Kimberly Einmo.
There was some furious sewing at my house over the past few days. I think I need a bit of a break, though daughter is ready to get on with her dress. hmm. Since I don't want to keep an enthusiastic daughter down, on with the dress.
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