Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Wedding Quilt #3 - Whispering Stars

May I present Wedding Quilt #3!  This beautifully soft, low-contrast quilt is called Whispering Stars and the pattern was featured in an old American Patchwork & Quilting magazine.  I gathered the fabrics - from an old Robyn Pandolph line called Somerset Cottage - from here and there, a few years back, and then the pile sat.  I really wanted to make this one for myself but when I found out the bride loved pastels, I decided to make the quilt for the happy couple.  I would just enjoy it while I was making it.

I really got to put my Quilt In a Day Flying Geese Ruler to work on this quilt making those 80 star blocks!  Using that ruler is really my favorite way of making geese - they come out perfect every time, making this quilt go together so easily.

The pantograph I used to quilt it is called Heart's a Flutter - very appropriate!
Here are a few photos of the day...

Welcoming the Guests
Cute signs - Ceremony this way, and Cocktails this way too!
Hubby in his kilt on the 95 degree and humid day holding the goods.  

Even though it was way too hot that day (everything was outside), it was a beautiful wedding.  And I understand the bride and groom absolutely loved the quilt!

Treasureboxmemories commented on my Wedding Quilt #2 post asking what line the "Beaches" fabric I featured was from (but I couldn't respond as the comment was "no reply, so I hope you see this!).   That fabric is from the Lucy's Crab Shack by Sweetwater from Moda line.  It's called "Beaches on Cream"  http://www.etsy.com/listing/108181536/lucys-crab-shack-by-sweetwater-beaches .