Norma was our instructor and she had all the parts and pieces up on the design wall. She used 3 colours as so did many of the gals in the class use 3 colours. She made the 10 inch square and it was easy to see from anywhere in the room.
I used 3 colours. I decided to make the 6 inch block. I think I will make it into a lap size and it will go to yoga with me to use for shavasana, when you lay down at the end of your yoga practice and go into a state of relaxation and cover up to keep warm.
My strips being put together
One row put together. We followed the instructions
for the ruler. You can see them
under my strip.
I was able to complete 2 rows at class,
I had pre-cut my strips
so I was a little further ahead then some of
I am a little disappointed that
the star doesn't show up on the
screen, but it does
in real life.
Here are some photos of the other Hunter Star Patterns
that were put together at the class.
Beautiful Red and Green
Beautiful Mauve's (on the ironing board)
There were a few different fall shaded batiks.
Another Red and Green combo.
This one was a mistake. She didn't plan on the star
to be the beige colour
doesn't it just pop out on you.
This lovely blue one took a little deciding to do.
She couldn't decide which combination she liked best.
I think she finally decided on the first one.
Hopefully it won't take me too long to finish this lap quilt but with Christmas coming and lots of extra things to do I will probably get it finished in the new year.