“My Sedona Star”

I did it, I finally did it. The “Sedona Star” from the TQS 2012 BOM is finally completed. It has been on my longarm quilting machine since May!
A View of the Whole Quilt:
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The central star has nine points suggesting things to come. You can see the nine log cabin rays surrounding the central star in this picture, too:
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The next round was nine appliqued rays with a dot at their outer most point:
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The next round was composed of three each of the following three Mariner’s Compass stars(That makes nine in all.):
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Then came a round composed of three each of three different folk art heart and feather appliques sections (Yes, that makes nine of these, too!):
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Then came nine “embossed” sections. I used my own arrangement of the preceding applique shapes to outline quilt and then background fill to achieve the embossed effect:
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Next came a ring of triangles quilted in the “continuous curve” technique”:
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Then, more folk art applique to fill out the corners. I used “pebbles” and tiny feathers for the background fill here:
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I used more “continuous curve” quilting in the final border:
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I completed the top by using a two-colored “faux piped binding”:
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Mitered binding corner:
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Now, for views of the backing:
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Isn’t she pretty?
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Credits:
Hobbs 80/20 batting, Metro thread for the quilting, Superior Rainbows thread for the applique blanket stitch, fabrics by Red Rooster’s “Buttons and Blooms”, The Quilt Show’s 2012 Block of the Month design by Sarah Vedeler. Thank you all for your support in this project!

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17 Responses to “My Sedona Star”

  1. Judy says:

    Your quilt photographs as beautiful as it looks in person……………..Judy

  2. ann says:

    That is GORGEOUS!! Best of show Beautiful. Your quilting is spectacular!!!

  3. Doris Goins says:

    Stunning! Looks terrific! Congratulations on finishing such a challenging quilt!

  4. SoozeM says:

    Wow such a gorgeous quilt, and your quilting is stunning!!

  5. Lori s says:

    Stunning! Your quilting choices are perfect!

  6. Monica says:

    I love the way you have quilted this. Not too heavy, just perfect! I’m going to bookmark this page for future reference! As one of the others said, I see some awards in this quilt’s future too!

  7. Nubia brancallion says:

    Parabéns, seu trabalho e
    maravilhoso, o Quilt perfeito e o resultado final deslumbrante.

  8. Joan Medlin says:

    What a fantastick work of art.It is just beautiful!!!!!

  9. Lisa says:

    It’s simply stunning!! I cannot begin to tell you how inspiring this is! Your work is beautiful- I love the combination of traditional folk appliqué and more modern points & quilting! Thank you for sharing!

  10. Karen says:

    Magnificent! As beautiful on the back as on the front. I am awed by your expertise and inspired by your artistry.

  11. Barb in MI says:

    Wow, absolutely fabulous! Congratulations!

  12. diane says:

    Just beautiful! Love the quilting on it too – perfectly compliments the pattern and fabrics.

  13. June says:

    Your Sedona Star quilt is stunning! Thank you so much for sharing a variety of detailed photos, both over all and close up. I really appreciate also seeing the back side of the quilt. As a newbie to quilting, I feel that there is a lot to be learned from seeing the quilting from both sides.

  14. Dorothy Johnson says:

    Truly regal. A canvas to be viewed by patrons of the arts. I still think it should be displayed from a ceiling, maybe hung by four corners below a mirror so the reverse side can be viewed at the same time. Thanks for posting Will revisit for inspiration and beauty.

  15. Alicia Key says:

    GREAT job! Lovely work all around!

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