A Milestone and Feathered Star Update

This is my 300th post since I began Blogging in 2014! I am working on Marsha McCloskey Star of Chamblie at this time.

I have 9 blocks to make and have finished 3 and 2 more ready to sew! I am becoming more comfortable in the cutting and sewing of the very technical and complex blocks.

Progress so far:

I am using Moda Marble Mates Blue and remaining fabrics from Marsha’s website.

The only thing I do not like doing a post on my phone is not being able to provide a link to my earlier posts. Please check out my beginning post on 3 March for more of the process.

Nanette

Linking To:  My Quilt InfatuationConfessions of a Fabric AddictFinished or Not Friday Sew Can SheEm’s Scrap BagBOM’s AwayFiber Tuesday;    Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHOWSew Fresh Quilts; Crazy Mom Quilts;  Oh ScrapScrap Happy SaturdayShow and Tell Monday with BambiQuilt Fabrication 

24 thoughts on “A Milestone and Feathered Star Update

    • Yup should have been more, but 300 is good! Thank you Sharon! Hope your week is going well. I am tired today! Stupid alarm went off around 4:30 and add DST and bye bye hello nap time – maybe! LOL

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    • Thank you Gretchen. We started Blogging about the same time in 2014. I am sure that you have posted more than I, so congrats on your Posts! I think this will be in the Austin 2020 Show!

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  1. Hi Nanette! WOWEE!!!!!! These blocks are gorgeous. I just LOVE that background fabric with the blue. There is not one single thing I dislike about this. I can hardly wait to see how this comes together and how you quilt it when it’s a quilt top. Those look like REALLY small HSTs, and they look perfect. Really, really, really nice job. I love this, if I didn’t make it clear. ~smile~ Roseanne

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    • Thank you thank you Roseanne! The HSTs are 1 1/2″ A lot of getting used to cutting with an extra 1/16th of an inch! This is not for those who hate math! LOL. It will be sent out for custom work as I could not do it justice. I am getting better on the cutting and putting the blocks together as it is a slow process – such precision is required.

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