I love it. Beautiful quilt. :) Mary
Thanks, Mary! It was fun to do...and I really liked digitizing the borders to go with the theme of the constellation fabric.
This is just beautiful!!!!
Fabulous job! Thanks for sharing.
This quilt turned out beautiful, nice work. loved the video!
Wow it came out so nice!! Great Job!! Suzanne
Thank you, Suzanne....
Wow, Kim, missed this one and what a beauty it is......I will watch this video as one day I would like to join all you wonderful quilters.......my goals may be set too high..LOL
Thanks, Vicki...it amazes me how two 10" pieces of fabric can be transformed into so many different blocks...with such ease...you could do this...very easily...go for it!
Now, this quilt I call 100% well done. Lovely work. Be proud
Thank you, Anita...
Your work is inspirational! Thank you so much for sharing your talents and gifts with us all. I love the embroidered parts of this quilt. It is one of the things that says it could only be done by you....one of a kind.
That is so sweet of you, Rescuer...thank you so much!
Kim, thank you for the yardages, for this amazing quilt. Ever since you and my sister, have shown me these disappearing blocks, I have been excited about making one. I keep thinking how nice, and exciting it would have been,to be able to share these ideas with my grandmother. She loved her quilting, but cut these block the 'old fashion way', one little piece at a time. Thank you again Kim for sharing your beautiful quilt with all of us-Toogie
Thank you Toogie...I hope you will make one of these as well...it is truly amazing how quilting has evolved from cutting each piece individually by hand and then "magically" doing it all with a rotary cutter...watching it transform from one pattern to another is quite amazing...
stunning quilt and tks for the source and love the quilting
Thank you and my pleasure...they come up with the most unique ways to build an old quilt pattern with no templates...it amazes me!
I don't recall seeing this pattern before. I really like yours! Nicely done!
Thank you so much....
Thanks to all who posted such kind comments...and for Toogie who requested fabric requirements...here they are for this 30 block quilt:
Dark Green for Blocks - 2.25 yards
Light Green for Blocks - 2.25 yards
Cream for Blocks - 4.5 yards
Lt Green Border - 1 yard
Dark Green Border - 1.5 yards
Binding - 1 yard
Backing - 6 yards
Thanks to all again for your kind comments...Kim
Thanks, Jer...I appreciate your comments...
Thank you Susie...
It is Awesome!!!!Great work you did here...
Thanks so much, Sonja...
It is beautiful, very nice work! MO Star Quilt Co is one amazing place I guess. I've been right by their store, no hubby didn't stop. Aaargh!!! It's about 3 hours away give or take. Maybe someday........
Sensational quilt!! love the fabrics the back looks great like a door to another demention .. hope I spelt that right
I love this and I know that you say it was easy but I was lost just after the start of the video!!! You have done a great job Kim.
Thanks so much, Yoriko!
Wow! How many hoopings are there in a 72 x 90? Lovely piece.
Thanks, Christine...I guess I will have to go back and count!
Great design and good job, lovely
Thank you, Lucy...
So So beautiful! You did an amazing job! Love your border quilting too!
Thanks Lucia...that was the most fun to do!
Words fail me, Kim. these are absolutely beautiful. a pro you are/Lillian
Thanks, Lillian...not so difficult with a video and all to follow...amazing how it all works out though...
Great job, Kim!
Love this quilt to **Yours looks awesome ***keep going girly hugs
Truly lovely. Wish I had the courage to try something like this. Hugs
Thanks Shirley...you should go for it...
Super mouth dropping Wow. I love it.
I just love Jenny from the Missouri Quilt company. She and her staff have such fun making their quilts. This looks fabulous Kim and I've often done similar to what you did with not having enough fabric to finish. What a lot of extra work in doing all those compass points in your embroidery. Great job and the quilt is gorgeous. Love Chris
Thanks, Chris...I love the way their quilts come together.
Spectacular quilt! Don't you just love the clever clogs who came up with this short cut! Seeing all those nice quilts want me have a go at one again.
At the moment I am hand quilting one for a parishioner who could no longer do it herself because of arthritis and deteriorating eyesight. It's only the last 25% and her stitches were tinier than I had ever done, so I am rather slow although I am enjoying the process and learning a lot.
Thanks, Martine...it amazes me how these come together...even more amazing is that there are four different ways to rearrange the pieces and come up with four totally different quilts...mind boggling!
HI kim this is amazing i must look at he video....soozie
Thank you, Soozie...you should check out the video...it is amazing how it all works out...
This quilt was the first thing I saw when I got on Cute and 'how sweet it is!'- You have done an amazing job...again! From the fabrics, to the designing, to the quilting, everything is so well done. I just watched the video. My grandmother would be so amazed, had she been able to do it like this. The thing back then was necessity. It was necessary to quilt to keep your family warm and you couldn't just go out and buy these large pieces of fabric, you had to use what you had on hand. But boy if she could have, she would have seen how much faster you could get it pieced, by doing it with the large squares of fabric. Tell me if you remember, how much fabric yardage, light, dark and white did you use to piece the top, this size?
Thanks, Toogie...I will put together the fabric requirements and post them for you...
Thank you, Sandra..
I love this, I think I have to make me one!
Thanks for sharing :)
Thanks...I think you should...astounding how it all comes together...
Very nice. Love your fabric choices.
Thank you...I'm not a green person, but I did like these fabrics...
Beautiful work, like the quilting and your color choice.
Thanks so much...
Wow a lot of work and great outcome. Love it
wow indeed a terrific job Kim!~hugs~