Wee Wander Prints and Solids – the Donut and Star Quilt

I fell in love with the colors of both the Wee Wander solids and prints.  They are just beautiful; they kind of remind me of sherbets!   Add that thought to those donut shaped blocks, and yummy – now I am thinking of dessert!!

I was inspired by the pattern on the cover of Kate Henderson’s book Strip Savvy.  It looked like it would be fun to make and it was.   It did take a lot of Thangles – glad I had a bunch on hand.  🙂

I can’t wait to have it quilted!


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20 thoughts on “Wee Wander Prints and Solids – the Donut and Star Quilt

    1. Kevin looks more puppy-ish when his hair has been brushed 🙂
      The colors of the quilt are even better in person. I’ll get another picture once it has been quilted.

    1. Hi Diana, thanks 🙂 The text fabrics are really fun to work with. The colors of the Wee Wander line are what really make the quilt pretty. There is something about those colors that set my soul on fire. Of course, Kevin has to try it out too!

    1. Hi Christine! That is a cool idea. I just uncovered my 30’s stash (buried deep inside my fabric closet before I cleaned it out) and I can totally picture something like that. I think the background would look really pretty as a cream color or maybe a light blue. Hmmmm… I think I see another quilt coming! 🙂

    1. Hi Mary, thanks for stopping by. 🙂 I think using multiple text prints is what made it work. The different prints make it all so much more interesting to look at. Plus those colors of the Wee Wander are just so pretty! Have a wonderful day.

    1. That sounds really yummy! Since it is the morning, your caramel frozen yogurt just made me think of butterscotch coffee. We used to live in Laguna Beach (So Cal) and there was this little coffee and bagel shop that sold the best butterscotch coffee ever. Oh would I ever love a cup of that right now!! Hee-hee!

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