Monday, November 18, 2013

All the Lone Star Quilts

And now you have seen the quilts separately - here they are - all together.

You can read about the whole journey by clicking HERE there are posts for each quilt - starting with that first one




Jamie (Rusty's wife)

Jason (Beccy's husband)

Jay (Lori's husband)

Jahn-Zyel (Lori and Jay)

Ben (Beccy and Jason)

Donnie (Rusty and Jamie)


And that's the story of 10 Lone Star Quilts.  The End.


Mary said...

Your family is so lucky you made each one with such love and care. I am amazed at how you kept them all so hidden. My grown kids are lucky they have ONE quilt that size in their homes.

Dena said...

Although I've seen the quilts, they are even more spectacular now that they're quilted. Julie did an amazing job quilting them to highlight your beautiful work. Nice job!

Lili said...

This is an amazing collection Jo! I can't even imagine all the work that went into each one. I know your family much cherish them. Precious heirlooms for sure. xo

Julie said...

It's wonderful to see them all in one post! What a great project and I'm thrilled to have been part of it.

Barb said...


Lynda (Granny K) said...

What an amazing achievement! Congratulations, you are a quilting star! xx

The Quintessential Magpie said...

They are FABULOUS! My favorites are the blue ones. Wow and double Wow!



Brown Dirt Cottage said...

Oh Oh My JoAnn…how ever would one pick a favorite??? I LOVE them all!!

You were so brave to take on such an undertaking and how fabulous that undertaking turned out!


Marie said...

These are amazing! You are so prolific! I especially love the purple one, and the blue. LOTS of hard work, and I know your family really appreciates it.

Bluebell Woods said...

I tried that once, did one. I hate trying to get the points matched up hehe......what a mess it was. I admire your skill.

The Furry Gnome said...

Those are some gorgeous quilts. Not an easy pattern to do well! My wife is a dedicated quilter too.

Julie Fukuda said...

The first quilt I slept under when I got a bed of my own, was a lone star made by my great grandmother. It is still the go-to pattern for weddings and graduations and special gifts. I love yours. (and the fussy-cut centers blow me away).