I have finally pieced the front of my
Starry Night Quilt
What do you think?
Its definitely bright
Sydney had a few days of drizzle & rain this week, then yesterday was very steamy & hot.
Our area has lots of Jacaranda trees & currently they are all in bloom - it looks fantastic, I'd love to have an aerial view and look down on the north side of Sydney harbour.
After the rain a lot of the flowers drop and truthfully make a bit of a mess, especially on the footpaths - but gosh it looks beautiful - It will only last a day of two before it all goes brown and mushy, especially with the hot thats coming this weekend.
with that in mind I had to get the starry night quilt top out & photograph it, these opportunities don't come often
If you look back at my original post, I have all the info on material used.
Anna Maria Horners "folksy Flannel" might be tricky to get hold of, but looking at Anna Maria Horners new "Loulouthi" Flannel I think you would get a similar result.
I have actually ordered from pink chalk some of the Loulouthi range to make the back and binding.
the top measures 65 inches X 65 inches
I have the sizes etc down below :)
If you want to give it a go, I have used the improvisational method of piecing the big & small wonky star
let me know if you would like a tutorial on the wonky star block - if I get enough interest I'll put one up.
Wonky Star NEW NEW
I'm off to enjoy the sunshine