Looking for inspiration?
Charlsey made 16 Feathered Stars, each with a different 6 inch block in the center—wow—and as if that was not enough . . .
I think you will want to see what Charlsey did with the sashing and cornerstones!
- Nonnie’s Cedar Chest (Charlsey’s photos)
(It is more impressive than this 4 x 4 layout.)
“I used the 20″ feathered star collection from Inklingo for the stars. The 6″ center block of each square is different and these were designed in EQ. I used Inklingo every time there was a shape available that I needed. Also, for this quilt, I machine pieced most of the feathered stars which is a very difficult task without Inklingo.
Inklingo enables me to attempt quilts I normally would dismiss as too cumbersome, time-consuming, or difficult. I enjoy the fact that I can be challenged in my quilt making and at the same time know that I can be successful by using Inklingo as a tool.”
After you see Charlsey’s quilt, I think you will also want to see a little VIDEO and how to sew a Feathered Star with different 6-inch blocks:
- Feathered Star VIDEO (machine piecing)
- How to sew a Feathered Star (previously on the blog)
- 6 inch blocks—ideas for the center of a 20 inch Feathered Star
- Mystery of Feathered Star (one of several other FS messages on the blog)
Thank you, Charlsey, for sharing your quilt here and on Tilde’s Inklingo Projects blog too. You are an inspiration to every quilter who has dreamed of making a Feathered Star quilt!
The power of quilters—and quilts—to amaze! WOW!
Linda & Monkey
New to Inklingo? Order and download free shapes and start sewing in the next few minutes. Quick Start (Always FREE.) There are triangles, diamonds, and squares in the free collection—great for dozens of different blocks.