I’ve been busy – making the final 10 of the 16 little 3″ LeMoyne Stars.
They all began with this fabric, which was languishing in my stash as I really didn’t like it. But with some fussy cutting/printing? It turned out some wonderful stars.
Here are the final 10, and I am not picking a favourite. Because I can’t.
I’m just thrilled that I found a use for that fabric.
Now I know that, the next time I want to do some miniature kaleidoscope somethings I’ll get this fabric back out as it I think it turns into something rather nice.
I caught myself thinking about printing enough for another 16 of these stars, but decided against it — at least for now anyway.
Oh, wait a minute — did I say I couldn’t pick favourites out of this group? Hmm – I may be about to go back on that and say this one is definitely a favourite.
As is this one – I love the look of the centres of these two stars.
This one is up there with the favourites too.
As is this one because of all that glorious pink.
I am going to set the 16 stars into a mini quilt to hang on the wall as I’d really love to get something finished.
As it feels like forever since I actually finished something.
And here are all 16 of the little beauties. Made with the Inklingo 3″ LeMoyne Star collection and using the Inklingo no waste fussy cutting method. I love that it turned what I was thinking of as an “ugly” fabric into something I really like!
“Lots of Stars”
The cats have been spending lots of time in the kitty tree – during the day there’s much to see as the bird population on the roof garden this summer is fabulous. And at night they settle in for snoozes after the sun goes down.