Sunday, April 22, 2018

Starfall Parade of Quilts

This parade of quilts is being posted posted a little later than I anticipated.  I had internet connectivity issues this weekend.  However, it is still technically the weekend here, so I'll say it isn't quite late!

Thank you, thank you, thank you to the generous quilters who offered to test my Starfall pattern.  Their feedback was a huge help to help me write a better pattern and release it with confidence, knowing the fabric amounts are adequate, cutting instructions are accurate and instructions are clear.

Without further ado, here are photos of their quilt tops.  I think you will agree that it is great fun to see so many varied fabric choices for a single design.  Well done, testers!

 Kathi Kivi (visit her on Facebook here)

 Judy Juhl

 Joyce Penney Schroeder

Rashida Juzer  (Visit her website here or find her on instagram as @no3quiltstudio)

Kim Williams

Sue Babbitt

Julie Sheehy

Amelia Clausen

Ann Wilbur

I love them all (quilts and testers)!  I think I might be lucky enough to see a few of the quilts in person once they are quilted as some of the testers live in my general part of the world (hint,hint, you know who you are!).  I'm looking forward to it!

If you would like to make your own version of Starfall, you can purchase the pattern here.  Use the coupon code STARFALL20 through the end of April for a 20% discount on this pattern. 

11 comments:

  1. Such great variety and they are all wonderful! It is a pattern that looks great in all kinds of fabrics. Congratulations on another beautiful design!

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  2. What pretty quilts! And each is so different! Adding to the bucket list!

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  3. All so pretty. I particularly like the gold and brown one.

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  4. Each one of the color waves is beautiful, but you can probably guess which one is my favorite. Yep, it's the red/white/blue! You have created a very special pattern! ---"Love"

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  5. So fun to see them in different color way's ! Another great pattern Joanne.

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  6. It is fun to see how unique each quilt is, based on fabric choices.

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  7. Thank you Joanne for opportunity to test this gorgeous pattern

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  8. Great to see all the different versions! Well done to the testers :-)

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  9. It's fun to see all these different versions of the same pattern. Very lovely

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  10. They are all just beautiful, it kept getting better and better as I scrolled through!

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  11. So fun to see the same pattern in many different fabric combinations!
    A lovely quilt parade!

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