My Sea Sampler quilt begun last year is slowly taking shape. I recently finished this block:
The simple Churn Dash block nestled inside a Sawtooth Star has become one of my all-time favorite star blocks. I first saw this particular combo in a book by Jenifer Gaston. She called her quilt Churning Stars so that’s what I call this block.
It joins these six other blocks, all of which finish at 12″ square:
The blocks will be combined with some others that finish at 6″ and 18″ square. Eventually I will get a top put together but for now this project is on the back burner.
All three winners of my recent 10th Blogiversary Giveaway requested pillowcases — they had their choice of three handmade gifts — so I have been putting together fabric combinations for their review. Once their choices have been finalized, I’ll get the pillowcases made and mailed. As I’ve told the winners, it’s been fun getting reacquainted with my stash. But it’s been hard narrowing down the choices because there are so many possibilities. What does that tell you about the size of my stash??
Perfection at its finest!
Your fabric and color choices are really wonderful!
Hoping you show us the finished pillowcases for your lucky blog winners!
The Churning Stars are just beautiful. Like me, you really like green & blue. The other blocks are equally lovely! I can’t imagine having a favorite block out of those you’ve shown. Can hardly wait to see the quilt top!
Your blocks are beautiful. My favorite is the Churning Star block.
You can never have too much fabric in your stash!
Beautiful blocks, Dawn❤️❤️