November 2022 OMG

My November 2022 One Monthly Goal is to make a wonky star pillow cover to go with the Northern Lights Wonky Star Quilt that I made last year that is pictured below:


The Northern Lights Wonky Stars quilt which measures 36.5″ x 55″ will go on top of our lounger, but it’s really not big enough to stay securely in place, so I’m going to put it on top of the back of my Offset Gradients quilt. I may safety pin it in place or tack it with a little thread. Any other suggestions for temporarily joining these two quilts?

Offset Gradients Back full shot 2

Here’s a sweet photo of our cat, Rusty, lying on Offset Gradients on the lounger:

Rusty on Offset Gradients

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

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5 Responses to November 2022 OMG

  1. rl2b2017 says:

    Hi Mary! Oh, making a wonky star pillow is just the perfect compliment to your quilt. And Rusty! He’s gorgeous and is a fabulous model for your Offset Gradients. He looks quite comfy, too. Good luck with your goal! This month seems shorter to me although it’s not at all. {{Hugs}} ~smile~ Roseanne


  2. I love your Offset Gradients! Very Vibrant! Have a great day – Hugs!


  3. I would probably basically thread baste or “tie” the two quilts together with thread and avoid pins so that there is no accidentally sitting on a pin that has popped open. I think that you’ll probably find you are happier if you tack them in several locations in the center of the quilts and not just the edges. Regardless, I hope you find something that works for you!


  4. That’s a colorful, fun little quilt to go on top of the Offset Gradients. Rusty has good taste – I’d want to curl up there too!


  5. I’d just let Rusty take care of keeping the quilt in place – lol! It’s beautiful – you must really enjoy looking at the beauty you’ve created.


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