These are not my usual colors, but I do like the overall effect of fading from dark to light with the multi-color hunter's stars. The fabric is called Origins by Basic Gray for Moda. This quilt was made using a layer cake and a jellyroll -- the only yardage require was for the border -- from a pattern from A Baker's Dozen.
The quilting is an all-over simple feather pattern, which I think worked well with this relatively busy pattern.
Here is a close-up of the quilting. I used a 50-weight Aurifil Mako cotton in yellow. If I were to do it over again, I would choose a variegated thread with some greens and browns.
It's somewhat difficult to see, but this is the hunter star pattern that emerges from the blocks:
The backing is a print called Blossom from Picnic by Jenean Morrison. I'm not sure when this collection came out, but it was in the super reduced section of my LQS.
Finally, I found these care labels too -- not that I haven't thrown quilts in just the regular wash and dry cycles before.
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