Yes, I know it's only May. I have a few Christmas quilts on my to-do list, so I'm getting an early start.
This quilt was published on-line as a quilt-along called Oh My Stars! by Thought & Found. It's perfect for the fabrics I have to work with (from my daughter).
The quilt-along calls for many different types of star blocks, in three different sizes. I'm sticking with the three different size blocks and the original layout, but decided to make them all Sawtooth Star blocks. Keeps it simpler and works better with the amount of fabric I have on hand.
I finished the 12" stars and the 8" stars at a retreat this past winter and now I'm working on the 4" stars.
The flying geese units for these 4" star blocks finish at 1" x 2" and I have MANY of them to trim. My little Quilt In A Day Flying Geese ruler works great for this, but tends to slip. I saw this trick on Pinterest and it works great! Just put a little Nexcare Flexible Clear First Aid tape on the back of the ruler. No more slipping!!! Yay!