All of them. I have all of the stars.
I pretty much adore the backing and binding.
Just under 35 months from start to finish. Let's take a walk down memory lane, shall we?
Searching For the Perfect Summer Craft
An Epp Update
Things To Do With a Sewing Kit (back when my babies were still actual babies)
Hello Again Gorgeous
What Three Days of Sickness Gets You
Monday Morning Star Count
This quilt has been with me for almost three years worth of playing in the backyard, road trips, family reunions and binge TV watching. Lots of other quilts have come and gone in that time. To quote one of my quilt guild members, "This is the quilt your kids are going to fight over when you die." I'm currently debating putting it into the local quilt walk in July or entering it in the county fair. It's not the most technically proficient quilt ever- I learned as I went. But, three years of effort deserves a little recognition, I think. The downside to that would be keeping it folded away and away from grubby fingers until then. I make quilts to be used, not to be stored away.