As always, I hope all is well. Tonight, I am sharing another project which I started a few days ago.
This is a block in progress from Kathy Tracy's book "Remembering Adelia." The pattern, Scrappy Star Quilt. Kathy's patterns are well detailed and easy to follow. I have all of Kathy's books and a number of stand alone patterns. I have also had the privilege of spending some time with Kathy during class, trunk shows, meeting along the way and dining. She is so down-to-earth. Love ya, Kathy!
The block is almost complete. Not sure about you, but, I seem to have a deficit when it comes to bias blocks (entirely my goof and no reflection of quilt designers). Just when I think I have it clinched, zap! Rip, rip, rip. Good thing I have one of those handy ergonomic seam rippers.
Oh, by the way, one of the great things about this pattern is that there are no set-in seams for the Lemoyne Star. Half square triangles make this star come together without trying to get all those little intersections to get along with each other. If I do a set-in seam, I try to do it by hand piecing. Much easier for me to handle then on a sewing machine.
Well, I will close for now. I'll be back on Sunday. Hopefully, I will have an update on the story cloth. Take care. Blessings to all.