Needed a new wall quilt for above our fireplace and used MSQC Bear Paws on Point Pattern. I liked the pieced border Jenny used on the MSQC Quilt, but decided for a smaller, 40" x 40" wall quilt, I thought it would be too much so I decided to use a flanged pieced border I learned how to make through Natalie's Final Stitch Video. The fabrics I used for the piecing are Maywood Studios Wollies Flannel Heritage and Wollies flannel Vol. 2 Colors both by Bonnie Sullivan; background fabric is Maywood Studios Flannel Brown and Black Weave; backing fabric is Kona Solids Black.
This quilt is a for a friend with cancer. Hopefully she can wrap up in the bright colors and it will bring joy to her days. I did not buy one piece of fabric for it. I even used leftovers from other quilts for the backing. Sadly, I didn't make a dent in my stash.
A friend of mine retired a few years ago and I wanted to make her a quilt. Needless to say, it has taken me a few years to get to it. She loves blue and I had two Annabelle - The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation layer cakes I purchased long ago (2016). I used Jenny's hourglass tutorial combining the two layer cakes instead of using a solid. I sashed the blocks and had it quilted at a local shop. I have enough squares left to make another version.
I followed the Stars and Pinwheels pattern which I purchased from Missouri Star Quilt Company. They also have a tutorial which I referred to as well. I quilted it on my domestic sewing machine using diagonal serpentine lines. I backed it with solid navy fleece. The fleece made it quite a heavy quilt so it was a bit tricky to quilt! I think it’s probably a large twin size. I used mostly Kansas Troubles fabric, some new and some leftover from previous projects.
Using Jenny's "Baby Block Star" tutorial, I pieced this quilt over 2 years ago. Finally got around to quilting it. Measures 42 x 42 and I am using it as a wall hanging. I couldn't get the tutorial to come up below, but this is where it's at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5vZAe5BTrqo