Members of the guild made blue star blocks. The white background fabric was supplied to us and we provided the blue and chose the star pattern. Most of us made two blocks. One block went into this quilt and the other block went into our challenge quilt. The challenge quilt is won by a guild member by drawing a name out of a hat (one chance per block made.) The winner then selects the theme for the next challenge and provides some of the fabric. We do two challenge quilts per year.
Anywho... many members contributed star blocks. The person in charge of the challenge put the quilt top together. Another person made the back (it's plain white, but nicely surged and square). I am longarming it. I will pass it off to be trimmed and have the binding put on it. Another person will make a label. Another person will sew on the label. Somebody will present it to Pegasus Farms for their main charity event. It's a whole guild effort. I'm honored that they trusted me to quilt it.
I chose to quilt it with Circle Lord swirls since that is what I am most confident with right now.
For those of you still reading... You can see my Dodge Ram through the window... AKA my cutting table while my son is in speech therapy. LOL. Didn't realize that was in the shot. Guess it wants credit too.
Low and behold and a little insomnia, I was handed this quilt on Tuesday and it is FINISHED (with my part) on Friday!!! I was so nervous about having a white quilt around with a mechanical/construction working husband and a six year old son. I quickly threw it in my truck and delivered it to the next person for trimming and binding. I'm very happy with the longarming!!!
I'm also happy to link up with Richard and Tanya Quilts for the Link-A-Finish FRIDAY.