The cool thing about this is that the four templates in Set 1 can be used to make something like 25 blocks and there are really endless possibilities. It was a lot of fun and opened my eyes to a whole new genre of quilting. Here's a peek of some great Angle Play quilts from the Margaret Miller website. So, I guess I can add an Angle Play quilt to my quilty bucket list! I'm thinking this will definitely end up a table runner because I like the blocks a lot and who can't use an extra table runner, right?
And, in other quilting news, I finally finished my Flurry Star Quilt! The pics aren't great but here she is!
I added an embroidered block in the top right hand corner that I found last year on Urban Threads - and I think it really adds a fun element to the quilt.
I quilted this a lot more densely than I normally do and I did a grid pattern in each of the 8 star points (I honestly don't know what I was thinking, that was SO time consuming - but the result is so great).
So, I think I may need a day or two break from my 48-hour quilt extravaganza. I need to get some laundry done and some serious kitchen scrubbing. Ah, who am I kidding, I'm already itching to cut into my next project...