Friday, August 12, 2016

Stretched Star Finish

This stretched star quilt started as a bunch of donated squares. Shelly used the stitch and flip method to put on the background triangles. Next she arranged them, sewed them into rows and added borders.
 Ruthie did a beautiful job quilting it.  Make sure you stop by Ruthie's blog. You are sure to be amazed by her newest mini. I'm in awe over it. It's even better in person.
 I added the binding. Together we created a Quilty Hug that is sure to comfort and bring a little happiness.
 Linking with Sarah and Cynthia to celebrate.

12 comments:

  1. This is just beautiful! Love the rich tones you used in this quilt. Great finish.

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  2. Very pretty and sure to bring comfort to someone.

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  3. That looks beautiful. I can't believe Ruthie's tiny mini. All those pieces in 5 1/2" - amazing!

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  4. Congratulations on the stretched star quilt finish!

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  5. Great teamwork! Thanks for sharing with TGIFF. Happy Friday!

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  6. What a pretty quilt -- it just calls for snuggling under with a mug of hot chocolate when the weather cools. Wendy at piecefulthoughts@gmail.com.

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  7. Pretty quilt, just love how all the colors play nicely together.

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  8. A very classy little quilt that anyone can enjoy!

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  9. They always look so good when they're finished! I appreciate the chance to learn how to use the robotics function on my longarm!!! ;-)

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  10. Awesome joint effort!!! Whoop whoop!!

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  11. So pretty! I'm off to check out Ruthie's blog, too.

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