Monday, July 19, 2010

Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star

This month begins round two for Snip.Sew.Send. Unfortunately some of the ladies had to step out due to life changes but they will be missed! Now there are only seven of us and we will make two blocks so that we end up with a total of 14.

July was Lula Dahl's turn and she requested wonky stars. The sky was pretty much the limit on what we could do with them. I decided to make one a bit normal and one that was not.



First up is the so called simple one. I say that because it gave me a lot of trouble. It is funny how a simple block can be the problem child while the more complex one was easy. The issue with this block was due to me sewing at one in the morning. I know, bad zonnah for sewing when tired. Always a no, no. But for the record I could not sleep :( Also, I had to get creative with the blue fabric to make it fit the block and I used every last piece of it!



Did you notice the star was rotated? I also copied Anne's star block and put muliple fabrics in the points.

Next, is my favorite. I love this block and think it would be interesting to see a whole quilt made out of it.





I hope you like it Rebecca.

7 comments:

Hermione J. Schwartz said...

Wow, lady! I love the second block! Very creative! =]

Lula Dahl said...

Oh my goodness sakes! Do I like it?? Yes! I love it! I love them both! You did so much work! Thank you! I truly hope you enjoyed doing that because holy Moses, woman! How long did that take you??

Thank you!

Zonnah said...

lol, not sure how long it took me because I had to do it in spurts when my son would let me :)

Anne at Film and Thread said...

SO fantastic! I love the first one being on point and the second one is too amazing for words! I have never seen a block like that and it is just fantastic.

Moira said...

So cute! You have allot of talent! I can sew(only squares and rectangles,LOL).Thanks for stopping by my blog!
Shalom,Moira

Lee Ann L. said...

Wow! I'm really liking this!

Gingersnaps Quilts said...

I love the second block! Well done :-)