Wonky Star in Progress

I’ve been busy with Thanksgiving and other projects this week, but today, Friday, I got to thinking about making a wonky star. I’ve never done one before but it didn’t look too difficult.

So here it is, almost midnight and I’m in no shape to do any sewing now. However I want to have something to show you.

A quick sketch of a wonky star is beyond wonky, a disaster.. The harder I try, the shakier my hands get.

 Anyhow, you get the idea.

I started by cutting 2 1/2 inch squares in gray. I found a very pretty pink charm square, by Alison Glass, for the primary print.

It’s late and I’m at my deadline. This is how far I got with the piecing.

I’m happy with the fabrics against the gray. This may be the beginning of a 2020 series with gray background.

 i’m looking forward to seeing all your great projects this week.

I’m linking up with Angela at http://superscrappy.blogspot.com/and Cynthia at http://quiltingismorefunthanhousework.blogspot.com/

12 thoughts on “Wonky Star in Progress

  1. I think these will be spectacular with the gray fabric with them. I love the look of wonky. For some reason intentionally wonky is actually very difficult for me. Isn’t that weird? I just read your next post and do hope you get better quickly. Your attitude about the care and menu sounds just right for making the best of a hospital stay, but I’m sure you are looking forward to getting back to sewing.


    1. Thanks so much for your comments. I am now in a rehab facility which will probably be for a couple of weeks they do have very good food and everyone’s very friendly and nice so it’s OK. I don’t know when I’ll get back to quilting however I think I’ll post my old stuff like that me 80s and stuff like that yeah I do like wonky things and Improv.


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