Monday, January 11, 2016

Stars in a Time Warp

Here it is! It isn't ironed but I was still excited to get this part together. 
One of my favorite blocks. 
My sewing room was a bit of a mess. I didn't lay the stars out but just started sewing. 
A strip here....
A few strips here.
A section here....
Bits and pieces here.
And my layout to help keep me on track. 


38 comments:

  1. Lovelyyy !! You took a beautiful color...I love cheddar !! ;)

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  2. Congrats on the progress. Why am I not surprise you picked Cheddar lol. It makes an awesome quilt. Will you hand quilt this one?
    ;^)

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  3. It looks fabulous! I like blocks on point so I might be just a little biased too:)

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  4. Well, as always...wonderful! It is you (and me!)

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  5. A beautiful finish. How are you going to quilt it? Hugs

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  6. It's always great to get a top put together and I do love those stars. I can see why that one is your favorite!

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  7. Oh, I am so proud of you! You have inspired me to get moving on mine. This is lovely. I adore the yellow!!

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  8. Aren't diagonal sets amazing? They do seem to take over the entire house while you are trying to lay the out! Your quilt turned out just beautiful. Your use of the yellow setting squares is lovely. My Stars in a Time Warp is one of my favorite projects of 2015, maybe ever. I really enjoyed working on it.

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  9. Yeah for the cheddar! I like.

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  10. I love this, but it's interesting how the background color changes from photo to photo. Makes me want to see it in person! I would love to see more of your quilting room.

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  11. So wonderful! Are you planning to hand quilt this?

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  12. Oh, I admire your ability to sew up the rows and put the rows together without having to have the blocks laid out and play with the arrangement to make sure like colors aren't together. I wish I could purge myself of that need to control and just let things happen, like this. I think they look so much more vintage your way, and I love that! Nice job, Lori!

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  13. This is a charming quilt Lori. I love your red block with the hidden points!

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  14. Lori, it looks great! Congratulations. Love the cheddar alternating blocks. This is the same setting I am planning on using. It is on my UFO list for 2016. I have both of those green fabrics in your block, in fact was on the hunt for the fabric in the star points. Looks great!!!

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  15. Good for you Lori....I too love blocks on point..changes the dynamics of the quilt entirely. This week I will definitely dig out
    my time warps stars. Maybe I need to consider cheddar for setting the blocks together..but wait, I need to make quite a few more stars first..

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  16. Looks wonderful, Lori! The Cheddar is perfect to make those stars twinkle! I love how you assembled the top together randomly. Congrats!

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  17. I've enjoyed this series, and love your final product.

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  18. Beautiful Lori - love the cheddar! Nice to see the steps of work in progress - not so messy - just busy!

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  19. Love the setting cheddar fabric!! I enjoyed following this series all year & learned so much.

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  20. Nice Lori! Aren't these long rows a challenge when they are on point. great cheddar

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  21. Beautiful stars! Perfect choice for the setting squares.

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  22. Getting the remaining stars done is on my UFO list for 2016 -- your cheddar layout is motivating!

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  23. What a great progress, love your stars.
    Greetings,
    Sylvia

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  24. The cheddar really sets off stars. Of course, cheddar is a great choice no matter what you're sewing together.

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  25. WOW! You got it done already!!! VERY impressive. Very orange, too!
    LOVE it!!

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  26. Beautiful. I love your Stars in a Time Warp top. 'Still working on mine. Yes, the cheddar is really a great background choice :)

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  27. What cheddar is that, it looks so rich and it's perfect for this.

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  28. I love it! All the colorful stars against the cheddar! Makes the sun shine a bit, which we need, weeks of grey and wet skies over here in The Netherlands already.

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  29. Beautiful ! That cheddar is perfect for this.
    Elle Lively

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  30. I love your quilt, it's gorgeous! Hugs,

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  31. Got a call from my sister to check out your Time Warp finish, wonderful layout, beautiful cheddar! You have motivated me to dig out my stars and get this finished. Thank you for all your inspiration!

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  32. What a great finish! Bet it feels good to have the top all sewn together. Classic block - great colors & fabrics - win, win, win!

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  33. Lori, I love how your Time Warp Stars quilt turned out! The cheddar is perfect for the setting squares. I still need to finish a few more stars, but you have rekindled my interest.

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  34. Nothing can beat that striking cheddar with the on point setting!

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  35. Love your stars with the cheddar! I see Barbara Brackman featured it today!
    She featured mine a while back. It was set using your streak of lightning pattern.
    Thank you.

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