Flourishing St. Louis Star

posted by Carlene Foster
Thu, Dec 22 2011


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This is my third quilt this season from Robert Kaufman's Flourish fabric.  I am hoping there is only enough left to make a table runner or something small.  I'm ready to be finished with this fabric, although it is still my favorite so far.  The pattern for the stars is from Toby Lisshko's St. Louis Star.  The large one is 16 inches, the smaller are 10 inches.  If you have a chance to check out her book, you will see how sinfully easy these stars are....there are no Y seams.  My biggest challenge was that I ran out of the green fabric and had to really scrimp to make it go as far as it did.  That was the beauty of the St. Louis Star pattern.  You can make a lot out of a little.  The quilt pattern itself is one of my own making.....I'm not certain how much of a design you can call this, but I definitely did not have a pattern beyond the stars themselves.

Comments

Marge (AKA Dimples) wrote re: Flourishing St. Louis Star
on Thu, Dec 22 2011 5:50 PM

Carlene - you did a great job with your design as far as I'm concerned.  I really like the fabrics you used.  

Granny M wrote re: Flourishing St. Louis Star
on Thu, Dec 22 2011 6:30 PM

Carlene this is a great quilt.  I am all for taking a block and designing a quilt.  Great job.  

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