Monday, August 8, 2016

Starlight: New HBD Pattern and GIVEAWAY

Between this week and last week, I have 8 days of house guests in a 12 day span. My sewing time has been at a minimum and I'm still behind on getting up the final post of the Summer on the Coast Quilt along (email me your finished quilt tops!) which SHOULD happen next week (fingers crossed).

In the meantime, check out our newest Honey, Bunny, and Doll Pattern: Starlight!


Starlight is a fun take on a classic sawtooth star block which can be made from Honey Buns (1.5 inch strips) or scraps! This version is made from Christmas fabric, but is also the perfect size for a baby quilt!


Want to win your own version of this pattern? Leave a comment on this post with what fabric you would use to make this pattern! 

Thanks for your patience and I'll be back with regular posts later this week!


32 comments:

  1. Scraps! I have tons just needing homes!

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  2. I'm cutting up and cleaning out scraps so it would definitely be a scrappy quilt.
    Love the pattern!

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  3. Ahh. I am a lover of scrap quilts and I have bags and bags and bags of them that are just asking, no begging, to be used. This quilt looks like it is a perfect project for scraps, colorful ones.

    tushay3 (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  4. I have a special fabric collection In my sewing closet called "Kathy E.'s Scraps"! This quilt is the perfect pattern for me to use up some of my prettiest pieces!

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  5. I would love to make the quilt with a collection of rainbow batik scraps.

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    1. I could put a small dent in my scrap basket with this pattern. I love stars. Thanks for a chance at winning the pattern.

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  7. I have so many scraps I would for sure use those! thanks!

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  8. I have scraps begging to be in this quilt. Scrappy stars are the absolute best!

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  9. I love this pattern. I am thinking like others, definitely use my scraps! maryc76904 at yahoo dot com.

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  10. Stars and scraps - love them both.

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  11. I can see this pattern with all of my (hoarded) Christmas prints! Thanks for the chance to win.
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  12. I think this pattern would look nice made with any fabrics but especially nice in Fig Tree fabrics perhaps using several of her fabric collections
    Colleen
    On the left coast
    California

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  13. Very pretty. I was thinking of red white and blue first but then decided all sherbet shades would look really great.

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  14. I've been hoarding some fabric from the Lovely collection so I think I'd use that!

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  15. I have been wanting to do a fall colored quilt.

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  16. I have an overflowing bin of blue and green scraps so that's a possibility, but I think this would look great with Daysail fabrics by Bonnie & Camille.

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  17. It would be great in 30's but I have a pile of scraps to use up so I would probably do that. Nice pattern.

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  18. I always love scraps- maybe some bold saturated scraps on a dark grey background? Love stars and this quilt is no exception!

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  19. I would use scraps on a gold back ground
    gandn74@ymail.com

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  20. All of my scraps! This would look great in batiks.

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  21. I would use my Kansas Troubles Heartfelt fabric with shirting fabric for the background.

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  22. Nice quilt! I think I would try to use up some of my scraps!

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  23. i think a dark background and fairy frost for the stars would be gorgeous.

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  24. I would like to put it in white with purple scraps ( I seem to have a ton of purple scraps )

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  25. I think I would dig into my scraps, and then do a rainbow of different colored blocks across the quilt. Thanks for the draw. raydeer@memlane.com

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  26. I would definitely make this scrappy.

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  27. A blue (sky) and yellow (stars) would be my choice.

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