|Mixed the colors up to make two orange stars with black back ground and two black stars with orange back ground. Onto the sewing it back together.|
|All done. It is not a perfect star, but it is not supposed to be. This was a fun block to do, mostly because it is not exact.|
The finished blocks. I did not take pictures of the pre-quilting drawings this time. I think I am getting anxious to finish this quilt.
|Lines and wavy lines. I liked doing the wavy lines more than the straight lines.|
|The spiral, with circles and pebbles. I like the way the curved lines on the points came out, but that spiral needs some serious help. See the back below.|
|This is a the back of the next star.|
|I had this all drawn out, but when I started to sew it was too confusing trying to follow the lines. So I would sew one point down to the center and back up, the next point I would sew partially down and back up. I love the way this looks.|
|This is the same star. It amazes me how different it looks by just turning the block. This one really looks like a wonky star. I will have to turn some of the stars on the quilt when I piece it together.|
|Circle around the star, squiggly lines in the points and stippling in the center. I love the stippling, so far that is my favorite quilting to do. I do love the u-shaped squiggly lines too.|
This pattern is from the Building Blocks Quilt by Leah Day.