Monday, January 7, 2013

Lone Star Quilt Number 4 - Jamie



I'll show the next quilts in matching order of the way I posted our kids' quilt.  First was our son's Lone Star, and here is his wife, Jamie's Red Lone Star.  This one was interesting to make, at the time the reds that were available were the murky, dusty colors and I wanted bright bright bright - so it took some time to hunt up enough colors - but I'm determined.




Lovely reds, the strips are sewn together.  .  .




And points of the star appear (how nice it would be if this were how fast it goes).  .  .





All the points make a star!






After many tries and previewing borders, I came up with this simple slanting scrappy border, which suits the red star perfectly.








Center - Quilted







Corner and border quilting .  .  . 




Jamie and Rusty, with Donnie checking out the quilt.  .  .






You can click HERE to read all about the Lone Star Quilt Project.
























5 comments:

GardenofDaisies said...

Each one of these quilts is so wonderful! Your kids are very lucky!

Lila Rostenberg said...

Great job! We love red and white quilts! Have never seen a lone star
done in those colors!

Sharon T in Lynden said...

So pretty. Are you still giving up quilting? Did you get all your kids and grands covered? I'm going to be in Whatcom Co, the first weekend of February. I'd love to see you if it fits in my schedule. Will KIT.

Pondside said...

I think that red and white are my favourite colours for a quilt - this one is beautiful, and I agree with you about the border - perfect!

Brown Dirt Cottage said...

How in the world will I ever pick a favorite!!!???

Of course red and white is always fun! I am most impressed with the slanted border you decided on!
How clever you are JoAnn!!

Your friend really makes these quilts come alive with her creativity on the quilting!!