The first quilt top created was the last one finished. That happens sometimes. But I am pleased with the outcome and look forward to sharing a round up of all of them (four sizes).
If you have a Star Kissed top/quilt you would like included, let me know. I would love to see how you finished yours.
The pieces in this one are SO TINY! It makes my heart happy.
For now it is staying here with the other three. I have some notion about doing a presentation of some kind on scale and setting options in quilts…I don’t know how that would work, really. But it might be fun.
In the meantime, I have a lovely throw to enjoy.
In June of 2017, I started my own Irish Stars Quilt. The goal was to make a queen size quilt using 1-1/2″ squares. The bucket of 1-1/2″ squares was positively overflowing and I knew I would cut as I went along. (It would involve a total of 9749 pieces, if I calculated correctly.)
But, this week I realized that the bucket…was nearly EMPTY.
Obviously, I have done some cutting as I go along, but still, the stock has fallen short. And I still have a long ways to go.
Unless I change plans.
The true queen would have been 95″ square and contain 365 blocks (19×19 layout of 5″ squares).
Right now I have 133 star blocks and 141 chain blocks. IF I change plans and go for an 85″ square quilt it will be only 289 blocks. I would be REALLY close.
So…what do I do? Change plans? Be happy? Press on?