"Lucky Stars" has been on my list of quilts to make
for a long time.
The group I go to "quilt camp" with every year
decided to each make this quilt for this years camp
to put on our beds while we are there.
We aren't supposed to show our quilts to anyone else
until the big reveal at quilt camp.
No one reads my blog, so I can post the photos here.
This quilt was made with my three most favorite fabric elements...
Kaffe, Batiks and polka dots!
This pattern went together so quickly
and was an easy one to make.
This is the twin size, which seems big to me,
but it will work on my bed at camp.
I thank my lucky stars that Rebecca Grace
quilted this for me.
She chose the design and I love it!
It will be fun to see all of our Lucky Stars quilts
at camp in November.
Hopefully I'll remember to take photos.
Isn't the backing fun??!!
So much fun! I'm sure it will be the prettiest one at camp.
That backing is fabulous!!! Definitely a fun quilt, and it will be a blast to see each person’s different interpretations. You’ve definitely captured MY favorite colors.
My first thought was this quilt is so you! I love it. What a great idea to make camp quilts.
What a beautiful quilt!
I loved working on your gorgeous Lucky Stars quilt, Ramona! So many fabulous fabrics make those stars sparkle and shine!
Love that red white and blue quilt all finished up in your last post. And this one too is a beauty. I spy some of my favourite Kaffe prints there. How neat to have it ready for camp. Such fun!
Ramona, I love your stars quilt! It’s so colorful and happy. So inviting to get wrapped up in. How fun that all you campers will be showing off these quilts that each of you worked on when you meet up again.
Another beauty love the bright stars and really love the brick sashing. I made that need to make two of those someday.
Gorgeous and so you! You'll have the best dressed bed at camp:)
that is a really neat quilt that you made and Rebecca did a great job quilting it.
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