I have about 95--each time I count them I get a different number so I say "about 95".
Barbara Brackman is a quilt historian who has written many books about the subject of quilts and history. She writes several blogs that are incredibly full of great information. During the course of this year, she has used Stars in a Time Warp to educate us about fabrics, quilt patterns, and the history of the times various designs and fabrics were popular. She has a wealth of information that she shares so freely. I'm eager to see what she comes up with next.
In many of this year's weekly posts on Stars in a Time Warp, Barbara has included ideas for setting these blocks. As I made at least two of each block, I've been looking for a set that uses many blocks. While I'm not sure which set I'll ultimately use, this one feels promising:
I have a John Hewson reproduction panel that might be perfect for the center:
|Hertiage Stars by Lori DeJarnette humblequilts.blogspot.com|
|An Antique from New Jersey--has been patterned by Sandy Klop|
Next up is a quick baby quilt for a new great-nephew who is due soon. I'll be back when that top is done.