So I have decided this will be the last green star for a spell…but do not despair I will be back next week with a new colour scheme and paper piecing pattern… but till then I give you my Inner Star…
This cute little number uses the same basic star shape as last week but with some tweaks to the pattern…and is a more manageable 32 pieces…
You can find the free PDF pattern here…Inner Star PP Pattern.
14 thoughts on “The last green star for a while…”
Can’t wait to see where your next adventure will take us all. Thanks so much for posting! It is like getting to know you through your creations.
Lovely. Are you running out of green fabric?
Viv I have tons of green fabric but I am in a bit of a creative rut so I am mixing things up. The green stars will be back.
Another good one – looking forward to seeing your next adventure 🙂
Looking forward to seeing what you’re planning next. You know I’ll miss the green stars, but your colours are always so good, the new project should be sensational too!
I liked the collection of stars you made. Looking forward to what you come up with next.
Well, thank you, thank you, thank you for all the green stars you have shared!! They are beautiful! I’m excited to see what else you have in store for us!
just gorgeous, just the colours I wanted! Winter coming, we just entered fall so a nice job for the cooler nights to enjoy piecing, thank you so much!
Lovely little star… and I like this colors. But after one year reading your blog I’m sure whatever you do next – I suppose it will be creative and inspiring.
You’ve certainly inspired me with this series. Thank you! But I have to ask – where do you get all those great low-volume backgrounds…especially those with writing or words? I’ve started looking but don’t see many. Do you have a good source(s)? Or is your stash just that wonderful?!
Nancy there are some fabulous text prints out there. The two I used mainly in these stars is Sunprints by Alison Glass and Architextures by Carolyn Friedlander. I bought both fabrics on Fabric.com in the last 6 months but also picked up some fat quarters at my local quilt store. I do have a decent stash I must admit, but I have been collecting fabric for years…plus I inherit friends scrap bags. Quilty friends are always a good resource when making these kind of blocks.
Thanks for the wonderful information. As a result, there was some serious shopping done at Fabric.com. Maybe you should get a commission! 27 half yard cuts! Oh my goodness. They just has so many choices and with a coupon for new customers I decided to go ahead and start a new stash. Still waiting for the bunch to arrive. But I shouldn’t have to search for these kinds of fabrics for a LONG time. Thanks for being such a good (bad? LOL) influence!
Have loved all the little Green stars – Thanks!!