|"Wonky Star" - in progress|
|Center Star, c. 1815-1825, New England, Museum of American Folk Art|
|Star Medallion, c. 1800, Rhode Island|
It's a wonderful quilt, one of my very favorites, and I love the mustard, rust, and deep browns that go toward black. The binding is red on three sides and green on the other side, so I may include those colors - or not. Probably won't get too much bigger, since I feel like it has to be hand quilted. Maybe finish the border I've started and one more larger border. I want it to be the size of one of Gwen's quilts, a good size for hanging.
The one thing I have to admit is I didn't get as much done as I thought I would. Talking the whole time, of course, and it's been a long time since I worked in a group environment, so I got distracted easily. Hopefully I'll buckle down and get more done tomorrow, Saturday, and Sunday with Sue Spargo and Gwen. We're making wool applique quilts, and if you read my earlier blog, I'm a man with a plan!.