My Stars!

"My Stars"
67 x 72
Pieced during class by lqg taught by Tony Jacobson
His pattern for Fons and Porter
Quilting by Steph Jacobson long-arm
I won free long-arming at a local modern quilt guild a couple months ago
UFO from a couple years ago done!

I thought it would be fun to do stars in stripes in non-traditional colors. 
Back is just large leftover pieces. 

 Just playing around with angles because the quilt is actually a blue green color and it looks really green here. Most of the fabrics were from Hobby Lobby from a while ago. When I took the class I vowed to use only fabrics I already had and I think it turned out pretty interesting looking. 
I am so happy to have another UFO done. I am doing the All People Quilt UFO 2017 challenge (but not necessarily in order) HERE

Linking up with Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation 


  1. My favourite colour combo, and what a great pattern! Was just sorting some stash (OMG a TON of fabric do I have) and I'm thinking I could make something like this and shop my stash... Love the various shots you did! That's a sweet win, free long-arming!

  2. What a fun finished! Love those colors, too!

  3. I love that you used 'non-traditional' colors! The design of the quilt is so interesting. Congrats on another great finish!

  4. Congratulations on finishing a UFO and a nice finish it is!

  5. Turned out great. Fun pattern and your colors are great.

  6. I like that one in those colors! Very unique

  7. I love nontraditional! This quilt has a little of both and it works beautifully.

  8. Sewing gave me a new reason to be happy, well I was in the verge of depression when I first learn how to sew, my doctor advised me to look for a new hobby and one of my friends introduced me to sewing. I loved it, haberdashery works gave me a new way to live my life now I make lovely things for my love ones and they appreciate it a lot.


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