I finished the Starry Christmas quilt top earlier this afternoon. (I know, such an original quilt name, right?) The blocks took me quite awhile to make, but after that it went very quickly. Maybe only two hours to put the blocks together into the quilt top. For more on the fabric & blocks, see this post. (Not the best pictures this time, but the real feel outside is -25 degrees F. Needless to say, inside pictures must suffice.)
A few close-up pictures of the blocks:
And a section of the quilt top:
I plan on having this quilt done on the long-arm at my LQS - most likely in a panto pattern. Although I am open to other suggestions! (The top measures 61.5" x 82", so I am not keen to quilt this one myself.)
And now... a small giveaway. I have a large ziplock bag of fabric scraps left over from the making of my rainbow hexagon quilt. About half of the scraps are solids left over from the quilt top and the other half are from the quilt back, which was made from Cuzco by Kate Spain for Moda. Some of the scraps are fairly large in size. It isn't much of a giveaway, but I don't have room to store scraps, so if you are interested, just leave a comment to be entered to win. For a second chance to win, follow my blog & tell me that you did so in the comments. (Please be sure I have a way to reach you, in case you are a no-reply blogger.)
Update! Thank you all for your kind comments! Random.org has selected a winner:
And #19 is....
Congratulations, Maribeth! You have been contacted by email!