Spinning Stars Quilt | Completed!
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Woohoo! Last Friday I managed to squeeze in an afternoon of sewing and finished the top of my spinning stars quilts. I was excited that with the 7 fabrics, I managed to make each square different. Here are the pictures:

And here is the completed top:

Now I have to quilt it and bind it. 🙂 This was such a fun quilt and super quick to put together.

How many quilters do we have out there? Give a shout out!!

Okay, how about wanna-be quilters?

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About Sheri Salatin

Sheri is married to Daniel Salatin. She is the marketing director at Polyface Farm and stay-at-home mom of three children. Sheri is passionate about clean food and is enjoying working the land along side her husband. When not farming, Sheri can be found reading, writing, sewing, baking and serving in her church family.
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8 Responses to Spinning Stars Quilt | Completed!

  1. Annie Smith says:

    I’m in the process of making a full size nine-patch quilt for my daughter. My sisters (I have five) quilt, too. We love getting together to work on a quilt. Quilting is addictive, plus it makes for some great times with the sisters. Lots of laughs and lots of ideas come out. 🙂

    • Debbie says:

      I too, also love to squeeze some sewing into most days – be it actually turning on the sewing machine and sewing or planning my next project. With 3 young grandchildren it is a busy time for me sewing up a few handy things for their busy Mums….. I’m in the planning stage of a single bed quilt for Granddaughter ‘Milly’ who is 2 years old- just loving hearing stories from other sewers of their projects – it doesn’t matter what age people are – the passion remains the same. Both my daughters enjoy sewing too and we often get together for a ‘sewing day’ at my place here in sunny Queensland, Australia. Just love the Polyface Chicks posts!!!

  2. Annie Smith says:

    I’m in the process of making a full size nine-patch quilt for my daughter. My sisters (I have five) quilt too. We love to get together and help each other with a quilt. It makes for some great laughs and ideas. Quilting is addictive. 🙂

  3. Cyndi Lewis says:

    Great job! It looks really pretty. I’m in-between a quilter and a wanna-be. I have three finished quilt tops but the actual quilting and binding is slow to happen. As I sit here on the couch sick with bronchitis it occurs to me that I should have one of the kids bring me a top to quilt on. Much more productive then watching t.v.

  4. Leilani says:

    I will live vicariously through your quilting for now.

  5. Lucy says:

    Great quilt! I’m just learning how to quilt – I’ve made three and am hoping to finish another on a long-arm machine tonight!

  6. I love it! I will also try to live vicariously through your quilting. I’ve had inklings of thinking about doing it. You’re inspring me to maaaybe even try it for real! 🙂 It’s really pretty!

  7. You did a great job on the quilt. Are you going to hand quilt it? I make quilt tops and am currently piecing together 3 different patterns from my scraps. Can’t bear to throw anything away! I machine quilt. If I hand quilted it would never get done!