Wednesday, February 29, 2012

Pink Mariners' Star

After the Saturday paper piecing class I had such a great desire to sew on the units I was using as the teaching lesson. I had only sewn two seams to demonstrate the technique to my students. I then turned them loose and was like a bee flitting to each quilter answering questions and helping with machine issues.

I now totally understand why Our Bonnie Hunter sews in her hotel room after teaching. Watching others sew while you are teaching is a bit frustrating.
I only spent a few minutes and I had the block units done. After feeding DH I then sewed the units together.
With the following results:

 Below are the units...I love the spotlight that little Ikea lamp produces.


 Today I am mindlessly sewing more hourglass units.
This time I am using browns and neutrals. I had these already cut and just sitting in this little container gathering dust. I am about halfway through the sewing. My goal is 500 units.

And I am clipping my little dog ears as usual!


I love those EZ Angle rulers. This unit is made with the Companion Angle ruler cut from 1 1/2" strips.

6 comments:

Janet O. said...

Wow, that star is stunning! Beautiful job!

Connie said...

What a beautiful block!

regan said...

Gorgeous! The outlining on that star just makes it! Love it!

Teresa in Music City said...

Your star is beautiful! And I love the little units - fun!!!

Daisy said...

I just love the pink and gray star block. Is there a pattern for this somewhere?
Thanks, Daisy

Daisy@jrcamerica.com

Daisy said...

I just love the pink and gray mariners star block. Is there a pattern for that method somewhere?

Thanks, Daisy

daisy@jrcamerica.com