Monday, 18 May 2015

Blogger's Quilt Festival

spring 2015 BQF Button

I love the Blogger's Quilt Festival that Amy organises as there is always such a diversity of stunning quilt that I would otherwise never discover. I like the opportunity for "anonymous quilters" like me to exhibit one or more quilt and drive traffic to my little blog for a few days!

It is always difficult to choose ONE quilt for the festival but this year I have been in so many swaps that I have picked one of the mini quilt I have made not that long ago. I picked the mini I made before Christmas for the IG mini swap. I picked a pattern from Diane called Celestial Star which is all paper-pieced and I picked a colour scheme which is not a common one for me, so this was quite challenging!

And with 12 of these, you get a lovely star floatting inside a ring, magical!

a close up of the echo-quilting

and a blue binding to frame it

I think my partner liked her quilt. I must say I would have gladly kept it by the time it was finished, which is always a good sign!

Quilt stats:
15' square
Pattern: Celestial Star by from blank page
Fabric from my stash
Paper-pieced and machine quilted
Made in November 2014

Linking to Amy's blog in the Mini Category, really crossing my fingers that I will patterns by Sassafrass Lane Designs that are so wonderful!



  1. I must have missed this first time round, so great to see it. Well done and good luck in the festival

  2. What a great idea for a beautiful star quilt!!! I love your design, beautiful fabrics and great quilting :)
    Greetings from Poland

  3. lovely star mini - love your fabric combo !

  4. This is a beautiful quilt. I love that little blue with white dot.

  5. No wonder you wanted to keep it! It is wonderful, Celine!!!

  6. Your quilt IS the star! It is a beauty!!!
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