Monday, July 19, 2010

Ohio Star Finish!


Hi all! Finally a finish!.........This Ohio Star was made using Bonnie Hunters free pattern.....I used reproduction fabric scraps for this one......I'm really happy with the way it turned out... Hope you all are doing well.......it's been crazy around here lately!!
Happy Quilting!
Shar

11 comments:

quilting Jeannet said...

Very, very nice pattern, special whit this fabrics! I love the colors, go to look at the pattern.

Warm Greetings, Jeannet

Cybele's patch said...

It is a lovely quilt. Must feel good to have a finish.
Have you started your clamshells?

Miriam said...

A great quilt! I love the colours.

Karen said...

I like the idea of the stars with the dark background mixed in with the opposites. And the different sizes. Very good quilt.

Julie Fukuda said...

Congratulations on a great finish. I like the result of the varying sizes of blocks. I never thought of making an Ohio star quilt sing a pattern other than the block itself.

SUPERQUILTER said...

That is so pretty. I love Bonnie Hunter's site. Good job.

thequiltlady.blogspot.com

Ulla's Quilt World said...

Hi! Greetings from Finland! Your quilts are so fantastic! It's so nice to find other quilters all around the world! www.quiltworld2.blogspot.com
Yours, Ulla

Pam said...

I love your quilt! Now I might have to go make one. Bonnie is such an inspiration.

Just found your blog. Loving it!

claire said...

Il est magnifique ce Patch

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I found that Portugal is in fact the most racist place on earth; especially toward African blacks!
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the past rather than the present...it was pretty funny actually. I found this website that offers a
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but exported as well to everywhere else they may be living. Strange since i've never heard of racism
being described that way before?? Portugal seem to be experts in racism, especially in Canada and the U.S.

http://portugalisaracistcountry.blogspot.ca/

Cheers,
Forcadelta5