The fabrics featured in this post were given to me by Island Batik and Studio 180 Design.
Welcome to Studio 180 Design’s “Twilight Chic Blog Hop”. I have been lucky enough to make 4 quilts from Twilight Chic line of batiks by Island Batik for Deb Tucker.
For this challenge I chose to make a hunter star quilt from Deb Tucker’s book “Hidden Treasures” using the Rapid Fire Hunter Star Petite tool. Hidden Treasures offers you 29 different lap size quilt patterns and 7 bed runner patterns for the hunter star.
The same pieces can make very different quilts. There are just 3 different block configurations used in these patterns.
The pattern I chose used the first two blocks.
I made 24 of each.
With these blocks I could choose from 16 different quilts or 3 bed runners.
These two are Curveball page 30 and Checkmate page 32.
Strawberry Fields page 40 and Spring Fling page 48.
La Belle page 50 and Pele page 74. These 6 quilts are just a sample of what you can make with these blocks. So what did I choose………
I chose to make Autumn Twilight on page 66. But, I call mine Twilight Treasure!
This book is definitely a treasure!
Click here for a chance to win a Twilight Chic Fat Quarter Bundle.
Be sure to see all the creations by my fellow Certified Instructors:
Monday, February 4
Tuesday, February 5
Wednesday, February 6
Thursday, February 7
Friday, February 8
Saturday, February 9
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How cool is that??!! So many different designs from two blocks…awesome!!!
Thank you so much!
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Interesting seeing all the different layouts.
Your quilts are beautiful!
Your quilt is gorgeous! I love the different layouts for the hunter star.
Thank you Cecelia!
I have been obsessing for a few months now on the Hunter Star pattern. Your fabulous confirms it. My next start has to be this one. Your fabrics really make it shine!
Thank you Schmilty
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Jackie I just love your quilts and your blog. Always beautiful! And a very happy birthday to you!
Thank You Deborah!