Sunday, February 2, 2014

Star Light Star Bright QAL - Cutting the Fabric


Just last week, I made an eleventh hour decision to join the Star Light Star Bright Quilt-A Long over at Happy Quilting. The cutting instructions were sent out last Wednesday and I am happy to say I have my pieces all cut out!






I am loving these Malka Dubrawsky fabrics I chose for the project. These four prints are from her Simple Marks line. I think they look great with the warm tan fabric I have chosen for the background.


I can't wait to start sewing on this.


If you haven't seen the quilt, you can check it out below.  I am only making 4 blocks but at 28"each, the quilt will still be a nice lap size.






There is still time to join in on the fun! How about you, are you in?


Be sure and check out Melissa linky party to see what great fabrics others are using. There are so many beautiful color combinations - you really will want to check them all out.



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 Linking up with Happy Quilting and Sunday Stash at Molli Sparkles.

7 comments:

Judy H said...

That is going to be a beautiful quilt. Can't wait to see how it turns out.

Whitney Leonard said...

I'm going to participate too! Making the 4 of the 20" blocks for a nautical-themed baby boy quilt for a friend. Planning to get my cutting done tonight or tomorrow - depending on whether I can make some progress on a WIP.

treadlemusic said...

I will have to just watch........but know I'm cheering you all on!!!! Too many WIPs at the moment and a GS's grad. quilt to get done this month. You go girl!!!!!! Hugs.................

Susan at TheBoredZombie.com said...

So exciting! This is going to be a great quilt!

Melissa Corry said...

So glad you decided to join in. And great job on getting all of your cutting done!! Yippee!!!

Paula Hughes said...

I was cutting mine last night at midnight! Whew! I'm doing the one block baby quilt, been wanting to try one of those:) which one did you choose?

thequiltedcat said...

Fun fabric choices! Can't wait for tomorrow's first sewing instructions.