Friday, December 2, 2011

Star Quilts for Christmas

Hello Everyone,

This is my entry for SewCalGal's 2011 Christmas Quilt Show.  This quilt is from Comfort and Joy by Mary Hickey.  It was a fun and easy quilt to make. I've taught this class at In Between Stitches, and all of the quilts are just beautiful. Check them out in their beginning stage here. The combinations of color are endless. What is better for Christmas than a star quilt?



I'm also entering Country Charmer, my own design.  I taught this class at In Between Stitches just a couple of weeks ago.  Check this class out HERE.  Both classes were so much fun and the ladies were so creative.





We finally have power, Internet and phone after a harrowing windstorm in the mountains.  Even Zinnie was afraid to go outside and take care of business. I'd better get this posted before the power goes out again!

As always,

Lynn

45 comments:

  1. I like them both very much. Stars are a beautiful block design for Christmas quilts.

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  2. Both quilts are lovely, can't beat a quilt with lots of stars! The quilting on the first one is so beautiful, I'm definitely a feather girl.

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  3. Both of your star quilts are simply stunning. And the quilting,wow!

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  4. Just beautiful!
    That storm is blew through here last night... and stayed. Lost power a few times... rain/snow mix on the way. 'Tis the season.

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  5. Once again...your quilting is such an inspiration! Both quilts are wonderful!!

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  6. beautiful quilts - I love the quilting in the first one - stunning!

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  7. They are both just Wonderful Christmas Quilts !

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  8. I'm a sucker for stars on a quilt! LOL this is just beautiful!

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  9. I like the charmer with pieced corner squares for the border. The feather cables are very pretty!

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  10. Just two very charming quilts with exquisite quilting. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. This is two wonderful quilts. Love them both.

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  12. I'm glad you entered as both quilts are wonderful. The one from Comfort and Joy is my list to make in the future.

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  13. The quilting on the first one is amazing. That really makes the quilt! I love the design on the second one. Just beautiful!

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  14. Both quilts are beautiful. I can't decide which one I like best!

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  15. I must agree that star quilts are great for Christmas. Love the colours you have used.

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  16. As you already know, I think they are both bee-oo-tii-ful.

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  17. "Midnight Star" is gorgeous. Love the quilting on it, the colors, everything about it. :) I need to go explore your blog now, because I'm seeing all kinds of intriguing things. ;D

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  18. Your country charmer quilt is gorgeous!

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  19. Love Country charmer - will you be publishing a pattern?

    doni @ oregon coast

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  20. Beautiful quilts! The quilting is lovely.

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  21. stars are so appropriate for christmas!!

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  22. Beautiful! Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  23. I really love this quilt Lynn. Very pretty.

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  24. These are both gorgeous. The quilting on the first one is stunning!

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  25. Both of these are just lovely.

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  26. Stunning! I can see why you are teaching classes - well done!

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  27. OMG!!! I can't decide which quilt I like best. they are both wonderful.

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  28. Your quilts are just gorgeous! I am your newest follower. :o)

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  29. I don't know what I can say that has not been said. Love your quilting.
    SallyKingemail@gmail.com

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  30. Very nice! Love the quilting :-) Glad the windstorm is over for you.

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  31. Both are lovely, but I like the one with the pink added the best. Very neat color choices. Thank you for sharing.

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  32. Really lovely, great quilting!

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  33. Lynn,Beautiful post and blog site. Thank-you so much for a wonderful day of quilting. sorry I didn't stay to the end. Jollyne

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