|Cover quilt designed by Cheryl Wall|
The new issue of Primitive Quilts magazine is ready and I'm so jazzed to have a quilt in the Spring 2013 issue!!
Here's my quilt called Star Strings.....
As you can see, there are "strings" in the center of each star. This is a stash buster, and easy breezy with a paper piecing template.
Having such a wide variety of fabrics really make these stars twinkle! (I just had to say it...forgive me...teehee!!)
Pick up a copy of the Spring issue of Primitive Quilts magazine at your local quilt shop. They will begin arriving there next week. Each issue is always loaded with wonderful folk art & primitive quilts.
Hope you like Star Strings!
Pick up the magazine and make one for yourself!!
Wishing you many heartfelt stitches....
Congratulations! This quilt is just scrumptious...pops off the page!ReplyDelete
Just loving it!! Because you're in it, I will definitely find a copy! Have a wonderful day!ReplyDelete
Oh I love this one and its time to make a good star quilt. I'll be looking for my mag in my mailbox!ReplyDelete
I love your quilt...and I love the magazine! Congratulations!ReplyDelete
love it! I am waiting by my mailbox for it's arrival!ReplyDelete
That is a beautiful quilt, love how you did the stars.ReplyDelete
Can't wait to get this issue.
Congratulations Pam! I have always wanted to do some string piecing. This would be a good stash buster. Ilike the way it is quilted as well with the continuous curve and the spiral. Great job!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous quilt, Pam. I've just taken a two-year subscription to the mag. Hope I get the spring issue soon, as this quilt will definitely be on the to do list.ReplyDelete
Congratulations Pam! It's beautiful! Can't wait for my issue to arrive!ReplyDelete
Congrats. I love your string star quilt. I will have to pick up a copy.ReplyDelete
ABsolutely gorgeous!! I love working with strings. I started on January 1st sorting my scraps and cutting them into usable pieces, so my string basket has been filling up. This will be a perfect way to use them up.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! Love the quilt, and will add to my list of magazines to buy. Another great way to use up the scraps that never seem to go away.ReplyDelete
Amazing, I will have to see if I can find it around here. Who did the quilting? It is awesome.ReplyDelete
wonderful and very inspiring!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous quilt! I've been waiting by my mailbox for my copy to arrive! :-)ReplyDelete
Love your quilt, can't wait to get my copy of the mag.ReplyDelete
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