Star class and quilts


On Feb. 4 I taught a liberated star class at Hello Stitch. The name of the class was Very Variable Star. As I was making demo stars for the class, I wanted to see what would happen if I put a star inside a star, inside a star. I only had the first two made by the day of the class. There’s a saying, I think it’s in the Talmud, “I have learned much from my teachers, but more from my students.” The idea to do the largest star from ombre fabric came from one of my students, Mary Spadero. Thanks, Mary! I’m not going to make this any larger as it is already 39″ x 39″. Below are some of my students’ stars:



On the wall in the background are two quilts by Sujata Shah. Her show is still up at Hello Stitch if you want to see it.

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2 Responses to Star class and quilts

  1. Nikki says:

    Found you from the lib. group. Love your variable star within a star. Also scrolled thru your blog and found your disappearing hourglass. Fascinating. I am teaching the disappearing 4 patch in April to my guild.

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