While I was making the butterfly and wild floral kaleidoscope stars, I had to make a few more of the little mauve and pink kaleidoscope stars. It’s impossible to make only one.
Each seam is only 1.25″, so they go together in no time!
I’m trying to make sure that I will have a balance between those with pink in the centre and those with either green or lilac centres.
It’s hard though, because pink is my favourite colour.
For this one I could have easily turned the diamonds the other way and the little star would have had a totally different look.
One thing these kaleidoscope stars have taught me is to look at fabrics totally differently.
Clearly I need an intervention.
… I can’t …
… stop making these! Using Inklingo to print the diamonds on my fabrics means no waste and stars that turn out beautifully every time. That makes it very, very difficult to resist going through my stash to find more fabrics that are suitable for kaleidoscope stars!
“Go Cards!” The kitties and their shape-shifting alien buddy are cheering for the Cardinals.
Baxter and one of his toys. He was stretched out like this for quite some time with the mouse on his back before he moved.