August 2022 OMG

My August 2022 One Monthly Goal is to make a Break of Day quilt top. If you have been following my blog for awhile, you know that I LOVE color gradient quilts. I probably have at least 10 more color gradient quilts on my Quilty Bucket list. Back in 2018 Erica with Kitchen Table Quilting shared a blog post about her Break of Day Quilt using her Katie Quilt pattern. I immediately pinned her blog post, and occasionally it has shown up in my Pinterest feed. When it popped up again a couple months ago, I decided to take a look at how many of the Kona solid fabrics she used in this quilt I had in my stash (BTW she offers the list for free in her shop), and I had many of them. I struggled with whether I could fit this quilt in this year but then I decided to shift a couple projects to 2023. Here is a photo of units that make up the six different colored stars made from the following Kona solids: Nectarine, Papaya, and Corn Yellow, Honeysuckle, Cerise, and Hibiscus.

Break of Day 6 stars

Below is a pic of some of the flying geese I’ve made along with fabric for the nine patch plus blocks for this project. I’m waiting on one more fabric to complete the sunrise look which is Kona Lupine–a very pretty light purple fabric.

Break of Day fabrics and flying geese

Linking up to Elm Street Quilts: August 2022 One Monthly Goal.

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5 Responses to August 2022 OMG

  1. Oh, this will be another fun one to watch as it grows! Love the colors!


  2. chrisknits says:

    Love the color range you are planning to use!


  3. The Morning Latte says:

    Oh who doesn’t love stars! Love the colors, too. Good luck!


  4. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Mary! Ooh-la-la! This is going to be a gorgeous quilt. I love stars and these are right up there at the top. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne


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