Here is Tracey's feathered star. She got inspired from my FS block with cheddar and added a little to her eggplant and cream quilt. Her work is second to none, you can see the pride of her work in every stitch. This is going to be an amazing 2 color quilt.
Oh, and as for organized? She is packing her whole quilt in a binder. Block by block along with the pattern in plastic sleeves, I don't even dream about being that organized, I am thrilled my blocks and patterns are in the same box!
Here are my blocks. I'm missing pieces for both the first and second section. I just didn't know what those blocks were.
Love how this is coming along, I made a list of the pieces I need to complete the first section.
I got busy this afternoon, my group gave me the mojo to get on it and have gotten all my FG caught up, finished one row of checkerboard, and got all my sections pieced for my Lone Star block. I pinned where the seams intersect, and basted that short section. Once I checked them, I put in the final stitches. I had to redo a few, but it was worth it. Two color quilts are not very forgiving, so piecing this block has taken some time. Slow and steady wins the race.
**good grief, and I called her Cathy at our meeting**
I have to show this panel, I purchased it a few weeks ago, and today I showed it to Carol. She blamed it on me as she headed to the cash register with a panel in her hand. Lead me not into temptation, I can get there myself? hehehe. Hey, I just showed her, the rest was her decision.
I hope you take some a quick trip over the Tonya and Tracey's blogs, Tracey is just getting back into posting, but they both has pics of the recent quilt show in Bellingham, WA.
What do you need to regroup?