Second Finish of 2016

19 01 2016

I’m on a roll!

Sort of.

In all fairness, this quilt was like, 70% quilted when I tucked it away, and it’s a small quilt. Still, it’s finished, and I feel better for it!

Neutral Star - Finished

Neutral Star is a baby quilt, measuring 40.5″ X 40.5″. I started it on a whim in November of 2015, so it’s a very recent start. It’s another riff of the Made in Cherry quilt pattern, which is available for free via the Lecien webpage.

Rather than piece this out of charm squares, I used pre-cut, scrap, 2.5″ squares from my scrap bins. The background and binding fabric is a Cotton & Steel solid called peacock, which I used previously in Spice Garden.

No photos of the backing – I decided to use up two prints that were languishing in my stash. I’m not counting them against my total for the 2016, because I pulled all of the fabrics for this quilt before the new year even started.

It needs a washing – I can’t wait to see it when everything’s all crinkly fresh from the dryer, but I’ll get to see that soon. Laundry day approaches, lol.

Rhonda's [Quilt] Ramblings
See my original list of goals here.
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6 responses

20 01 2016
sillyandrea

Thanks for the pattern link! Ever since I saw your other version, I’ve been envisioning this in some Halloween prints I have. 🙂

20 01 2016
wendy

this is lovely! That backing fabric is a gorgeous colour. How did you quilt it?

20 01 2016
wendy

oh sorry, silly question, i just looked again and I can see the quilting!!

23 01 2016
Emilee

Such a fun quilt! I always love a star quilt!

23 01 2016
Grey Cat Quilts

I love how simple this pattern is, while being able to give it some variety.

23 01 2016
Emilee

Great idea to make it a baby size!

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