I still have to join the last round of blocks before this quilt top is done, but now you can see how the pattern is, almost.
In my mind it is called Shipshewana Star.
I bought the kit in Shipshewana,IN, USA, April 2008.
Yes, I am planning another Shipshewana trip before long :-)
I can not have “old” kits around the house then, can I ?
The Christmas Mystery step 2 is coming along too.
2 stitcheries, 2 frames - I could not decide which one to do first ;-)
Your quilt is beautiful! And I can't wait to see your completed stitcheries! They look so pretty! :0)ReplyDelete
Nydelig quilt Hanne!! Og så koselige stitcery- motiv du har, hvor har du funnet de? Jeg er klar for trinn 2 i mysteriet snart jeg også, får bare ikke bestemt meg for motiv...ReplyDelete
Ha en fin jule- stitcery- kveld!
That log-cabin-quilt will turn out to be gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Your shipshewana star is beautifulReplyDelete
the log cabin quilt is beautiful, love how you can take those same blocks, position them a different way and get a completly different quilt. I love the redwork you are working on, cannot wait to see it finished.ReplyDelete
Are you sure it was Illinois? We have a great quilt city here in Indiana that is Shipshewana...Yoders and Lollys are two of the many stores.ReplyDelete
Love the log cabin quilt.