Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Sewing Stars and Sixteen Patches

I needed some mindless sewing to do the last few days, so I went to work on quilting the Lone Starburst quilt in a simple meander.  (The pattern for this quilt is in the book Jelly Roll Magic) I think it was the perfect choice, giving this quilt a nice texture and showcasing the lovely fabrics.  I'm hoping to be able to get some better pictures of it today between rain showers!  I think my days of outdoor photography will be in jeapardy, according to the weather forcast for the next week.
I also sewed up a bunch of sixteen patch blocks for my Island Batik Inspired by Nature project.  

I am having such fun with this project, but I've got two more weeks before my post is scheduled, so I'll have to be patient, and so will you!  Luckily there will be lots more fun Island Batik quilts to share with you!  

Yesterday the Bliss collection was the highlight, so you'll have to go visit Carla at Creatin' in the Sticks and Jennifer at The Inquiring Quilter to see their wonderful quilts!  

Today the featured collection is  Coco Cabana!  Can't wait to see what Carolina and Denise do!

 Have an inspired day!


QuiltShopGal said...

Beautiful Lone Starburst, but I'm not sure where we can find the quilt pattern?
I'm probably overlooking the obvious, but as I don't see it in this post and can't find it searching your blog I wanted to ask.

Quiltpiecer said...

Beautiful Lone Star quilt. It looks complicated; I can't believe it's a jelly roll quilt.

Emily said...

Love that Lone Starburst!!!! I just read some reviews of Jelly Roll Magic. Does the pattern require specialty rulers? One of the reviews I read mentioned that some patterns in the book do need specialty rulers. I'm super in love with it, though!!

Susan said...

The quilting really looks good on that quilt.