“I will draw a name out of the hat on February 13th”

Would you like to make this quilt?

Would you like some fabric to help you get started?

Read to the end of this post to see how you can receive it!

 

       A friend of mine became a U.S. citizen last year. I wanted to make her a red, white and blue quilt as a gift. I used the Honeybell Star pattern, as the starting point, but I wanted the stars to be 5 pointed rather than the pieced 6 pointed stars in the quilt pattern.

       My husband was kind enough to draft it out for me. I have included it as a Free Download .pdf in case you want to make one too. https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B5upUw7sheBOcHU5Rmh0c254bEU/edit 

       I used a large print fabric for the center and fill-in blocks and a pieced square in a square for the 4 corners. The center fabric could be used in place of those pieced blocks. I used a small print for the setting squares, except I didn’t use any applique on them as it is in the pattern.

       If you would like to make this quilt, please let me know by replying to the blog post. I will donate all my leftover red, white and blue fabric (about 4 pounds worth) if you purchase the Honeybell Star pattern for this project.

       The link from my website to purchase the pattern is directed to a local quilt shop. They will notify me of your purchase. I will draw a name out of the hat on February 13th.

Good Luck!


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Comments

  1. Hi Janice,
    Your Tulip bag is still a hit in the shop- in all sizes. It’s fun to help customers pick the outside and lining fabric. Thanks again for sharing a booth with me at Schoolhouse.

    jc

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