Waay back in February my Mom and sister and I were looking for a quilt to make on our next sewing weekend extravaganza. I had just seen this quilt on Natalia's blog and thought it was one we could do. It was scrappy, not super complicated to put together, but still looks pretty intricate. It was a go! Mom had all the measurements and dimensions figured out lickety-split.
(There's one star center that the 4-patch is turned the wrong way. Can you find it?)
It's amazing when how fast a quilt can come together when you have 4 or more people working on it! Love this quilt! It measures about 80" square.
Here is another one of my sister's quilts. T's! It's hard to believe but these blocks are all the same!
And this is how I quilted it- with Jenny's feather tutorial. Jenny from Jenny's Doodling Needle does the Hooked feather-which I have done before, but she makes each hook super skinny so it looks like it's echoed. I really like doing feathers this way, it's easier for me to make them look more consistent. But not nearly as consistent as hers- she's got some amazing quilting on her blog.