Finishing a donation quilt first in the year has to be good karma, right?
I had been saving some 16 patches to make a donation quilt and decided that New Year’s Day was the day. I combined the 16 patches with pieced sashing and cornerstones from an article in Today’s Quilter issue 91. The information was in the Essential Guides sections, which is great for tuning up your skills.
I wanted to try the technique out, so I took out those donation blocks and got to work. I, mostly, used up some Pure Elements Linen for the sashing background and used a solid for the cornerstones and the back.
It felt so good just to do some easy piecing and I am pleased to have a donation quilt to bring to Sew Day next week.
2 thoughts on “First Finish 2023: Friendship Star”
That’s a very interesting look with those stars as cornerstones. Looks very layered. Congrats on a first finish!
Thanks! It didn’t work out quite as planned, but I am glad I tried it and will definitely try more ideas. I like your take on it – the layering part.
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