During the course of working on this I alternately loved it, got tired of working on it, loved it again and got tired again.
Now that it’s totally done I LOVE it and want one for myself…..but I still don’t want to piece 60 degree diamonds!
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I used SewFine thread and Quilters Dream Wool batting on this one. And a muslin for the back. Here’s why I love plain backs……
I really do want one of these for myself now!
20 thoughts on “Lonestar Completed”
I love it! It’s so traditional and “clean” looking. Beautiful!
All that work was definitely worth it! (says she who did not have to do it) I want one, too, so if you have the hankerin’ to make one for a friend…..LOL It’s lovely, Judy!
Very, very beautiful!!
GORGEOUS! I LOVE what you’ve done with this. Stunning!
I want one too, if I make one will you quilt it. 😉
Stunning my dear:) Love it!
Wow-it’s breathtaking! The quilting is beautiful!
WOWOWWWW Spectacular!!! You nailed this one!! If I ever make one, you will be my quilter of choice!!
Gorgeous quilt and quilting Judy. I think that is the prettiest lonestar I have seen.
You really do excellent work.
Holey Moley! What a beautiful quilt and quilting!
Your quilting is absolutely gorgeous!!!
Stunning. I want one, too.
I love Lonestar quilts, but the quilting you did added so much to this. From the reverse, it is like a wholecloth work of art. Awesome job.
Absolutely spectacular, Judy!
I have a question? Did you do this by machine? I mean sew it by machine? I like to do the diamond star quilts but after I get all my panels and sew 4 and 4 then join sometimes they won’t lay flat and I do mine by hand. Can you tell me what I’m doing wrong?
Judy, Your quilt is so beautiful! I want to make a Lonestar but can’t find the pattern. Can you tell me where I might get this pattern? Your quilt has such beautiful colors and quilting !