Turkey Tracks: November 2, 2019
Lone Star 4-patch Done and Hung
And boy am I happy with this project, which TODAY replaced a quilt that had been hanging in the stair well for 15+ years. The old quilt, light-faded and still lovely, is downstairs in the washing machine as I write this post.
A friend from Augusta who was visiting the dog park this morning came home with me and helped me hang this quilt, which involved stair-well drops and a tall ladder. Thanks Kathryn!! She made me feel very safe up on the ladder.
I quilted with size 8 perle cotton—and tried to match colors. The background fabrics are from my stash, but the rest of the fabrics were curated by Tara Faughnan who taught this online class for Amy Newbold’s Sewtopia. Season 2 of The Color Collective is under way now and promises to be as exciting as Season 1 was.
I used the green color (Kona Pickle) in all of the Lone Stars and bound the quilt with it, and it does seem to be working to unify the project. Otherwise, I went down a Lone Star rabbit hole of wondering what would happen with light/dark backgrounds and how color and light/dark placement affected the Lone Star.
Now to finish up the Radiating Log Cabin project (probably today for the blocks!) from Season 1.
I am having so much fun!