Monday, July 14, 2014

Design Wall Monday - Triangle Stars

The stars are back on the design wall! 
To read about how I got started on sewing this quilt back in May . click here.
The quilt is coming along quite well now, and I am more familiar with how to sew the triangles together in order to get the points to be MIA. I like how the tumbling blocks appear in the center of the stars.... except the green yellow one on the bottom left.
Oh dear... the star appears to be upside down! 
Where's the seam ripper?!? 
The quilt is now in three long panels, and I need to sew a plain white triangle border for each side. It's very close to joining the "to be quilted" pile!
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14 comments:

  1. I have a love hate relationship with the seam ripper!

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  2. At least you caught it now and before you added more! Looking good. Will this be a hand quilted or machine quilted one?

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  3. Very pretty, especially love the rainbow look!

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  4. I love the tumbling blocks in the star centers.

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  5. It's amazing how we see things in a photo that we miss "live." Your stars and tumbling blocks are so much fun! I love the tumbling blocks in between the stars.

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  6. Wow you are really hopping around but seem to be making great progress on all.

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  7. What a fun little project...those seam rippers don't like to be neglected!

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  8. Very fun tumbling block stars. I think I would get very confused making this, but it is so pretty. You have done well! : )

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  9. Yep, the Tumbling block int he centers work well with these Stars. You could leave it, the contrast is light enough. Nice to have a quick project go to the To Be Quilted pile.

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  10. Hi Kathy! I really love your header!
    Thanks for the linky party!

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  11. This is a happy quilt in my opinion.

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  12. looking good and the colours are so lovely. Wonder what MIA means sorry not too good on these initials

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  13. Beautifully done! Love all the bright and colorful stars.

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