If not, give this block a look…
This block is called the Triforce star block…and if any of you know Zelda you will know where it got its name from. A little geeky I know but I love it.
The block has a few more pieces than the last couple but only a few… 28 in total. The free pattern can be downloaded here…Triforce Star.
As promised I also took a photo of the stars I have made so far….
17 thoughts on “Green with envy yet?”
Beautiful blocks! Love how scrappy they are!
I love them! green….my granddaughter’s favorite color……hummm 🙂
Your green star blocks are looking great! Look forward to seeing what you come up with next.
So much FUN!! Green stars to go with a moon made of green cheese! These look like lots of work.
The green blocks are really eye catching – love them!
For someone who doesn’t love green, you’re making a gorgeous job of it! Hope you’re having fun down here – see you soon!
Those are gorgeous!
I’m loving all that green! It looks so great with black and white. Happy stars!
Definitely green with envy!! Loving this collection and the colour.
These blocks are all fabulous – those greens are awesome!!! I must try Paper Piecing – it will be my New Years Resolution for 2015.
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Love the green! A green quilt is on my list of “to do’s” someday.
I’ve been checking in on your blog for a few months now and I recently decided to start a quilting blog of my own so I can post pictures of my finished projects. I only wish you hadn’t taken the name WombatQuilts, because that was my first easy choice and it’s so catchy! (My last name is Womble.) 🙂 Now I’m back to the drawing board. Can’t wait to see what else you make! I’m a big fan of your color and style choices.
Jessie. I am not sure where the name Wombat Quilts came from but it was perfect, and no one else was doing it…sorry I beat you too it, though Wombling Quilts or A Quilt Womble might work. I just keep thinking of The Wombles and Uncle Bulgaria.
Wimbledon Quilts? I love how WOMBAT can be an acronym for waste of money batting and time. Can you play on that idea but twist the last letters to suit your surname, Jessie?
Aren’t these all coming together beautifully!
These are so pretty. They almost (notice I said almost) make me want to paper piece. 😀