The Hunter's Star quilt top is now completed. I added the borders and corner blocks yesterday. I'm pretty happy with how it turned out. Especially since this was created completely with the pink scraps that were cut off of the backing to the Breast Cancer Quilts. I used all the scraps cut from the two quilt backing sides. I ran them through the AccuQuilt Go and created all the blocks necessary to create the pink portions of the quilt. The white was from my stash. I used a different white on white in the border. You can't really tell.
Next step is to decide on how I want to quilt the top. I'm leaning more towards stitch in the ditch. My other option is an all over design. For now, it's hanging in my entryway and I'll keep looking at it to decide how to finish it.
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That is a stunning quilt. I love the way it turned out. Makes me want to do an Accuquilt Hunter's Star too.ReplyDelete
Wow that is gorgeous, well done!!ReplyDelete
Thank you. I am very happy with the outcome so far. TrishReplyDelete
wow, good job, now I want to do one, is the pattern on the accuquilt site or can you share the shapes you used? I have the value set alsoReplyDelete
Well, what do you know, I've never seen a Hunters star done this way but it's fab....another quilt on my long 'to do' listReplyDelete
Kay n Scotland
Just found your blog and found your tutorial for the Hunter Star! Just also bought the Hunter star die and am unhappy as you get a lot of waste unless you are making a scappy quilt. Can't wait to implement your tutorial with another table runner. Thank you for sharing...ReplyDelete
Keeping on sewin
Maria - Prescott AZ