27 September 2013

Instant favorite

My family loves this quilt so much and I don't know how I forgot to unveil the finished Vintage Stars.  It is in constant use by whomever happens to be lounging on the sofa, or by Kieran when he's in his "tv chair" (which he is soon to outgrow). 

I stitched down the binding on this quilt a couple of Saturdays ago at Martina's soccer game (I wanted to finish it in time for my guild meeting later that afternoon) and had a lovely conversation with a lady whose granddaughter was playing for the opposing team.  She was a fellow quilter who was tickled to see me working on a quilt whilst cheering my daughter's team to victory.

This is the first quilt I've made with rounded corners.  It's made primarily with prints from Rosette by Juliana Horner, plus kona solids and a stray Garden Party print.  I quilted in straight lines on the diagonal 1/4" on either side of the seams. 


Martina's calling it "the reversible quilt" because "the back looks like another quilt(!)"  I won't disabuse her of the notion that I invented the scrappy pieced back- she thinks I'm brilliant, and I'll take that when I can get it.  I used several fat quarters and odd cuts from various Anna Maria Horner prints.


The little guy is such a camera hog... he demanded that I take his picture with the quilt, so I did.

Linking up to Finish It Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts.

7 comments:

  1. I love star quilts. So pretty.

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  2. Glad it's settled in so well :o)

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  3. That's so pretty! I love that the blocks are on point. And Kieran's such a cutie! :)

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  4. Lovely colours. What yellow did you use for the background?

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    1. I don't know if I ever replied to this question, but it's Kona curry. Sorry it took so long to see this!

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  5. So pretty - I am not surprised it's a family favourite!

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  6. Lovely quilt! I love everything about this quilt! I think it would be a favourite in my home too!

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