Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Lone Star Quilt Number Two

This is the continued story of the Lone Star Quilts I made for my family.  Read about the beginning of the project here

The second Lone Star Quilt I want to show you is pink and white - for our oldest daughter.

 Start with the points of the star - pieced from 8 different fabrics.

All the points sewn together, forming the star.  

Borders - using the same fabrics

Attaching the borders to the star.

Bec with her quilt - son-in-law Jason on left, son-in-law Jay on right

 Close up of center.  .  .


Border quilting .  .  .

More to come 


regan said...

This quilt is fabulous! Well done!

Brown Dirt Cottage said...

Oh...Oh, I've been waiting to see more and I didn't even turn on my computer yesterday!!

LOVE LOVE the colors in this one Joann. The border design is soooo clever!! You always come up with the best ideas!!

Will these quilts be your 'swan song' from quilting???
Could you completely give it up??

Christine Thresh said...

Beautiful. I love it.

Ann Michelle said...

Its Gorgeous! I can't wait to see them all!! Again, such a wonderful wonderful idea and gifts to your family!

Teresa said...

A very pretty quilt indeed! Love the quilting

GardenofDaisies said...

B.E.A.U.T.I.F.U.L.!!!!!! I'm sure your daughter LOVED it!!

Purple Pam said...

Beautiful pink lone star quilt. It is fun to see them finished and gifted.

Marie said...


Maggid said...

I see all these quilts . . and know your family is surrounded by LOVE and these stories will live for generations . . .