I fell in love with this quilt when Carrie brought hers for show and tell in Illinois last fall. I was so stricken by the soft floral beauty of this quilt that I knew I had to make one, just like Carrie's.
I laid in a supply of Luna Notte and waited for the pattern release. As soon as I saw it available on the Fat Quarter Shop's website, I bought a copy of my very own.
When Thelma proposed the idea of a sew-along, I had to jump right in! Well, that, and the horrible demise of the project I had started one week earlier using Pom Pom de Paris (but I can't talk about that right now, I'm still in mourning over miscut flying geese...)
I love Ohio Star blocks, and this quilt has 2 sizes. My pieces are all cut out and production has begun on several thousand quarter square triangle blocks. I've misplaced my favorite tool for trimming 3" QSTs - Marsha McCloskey's Precision Trimmer 3. Have torn my sewing room apart. Three times. I tell you - I've got some bad ju ju going on down there. But Eventide seems to be progressing nicely.