Monday 6 February 2012

rose star link party

jenny makes stuff, klynq, yarn wrap, tree casiano 
charm about you, molly flanders, shadrach, jerri currl
jerri currl, sew kalico, woodcut55, sunni love affair  
charm about you, fiona poppy, woodcut55, woodcut55

The rose star block party is still going strong..
though I do feel a bit like the pied piper(thanks mary)
leading you all into a cave of doom.. least you wont be bored...
someone remember a candle!
now dont forget to share a picture of your latest rose star and link to your blog.



Charlotte said...

looking gorgeous! You should be proud of your instigator status!

Jules said...

wow, they are so gorgeous!

Jessie Fincham said...

they all look gorg! I really want to jump on this rose star bandwagon :)
Jessie, xo

Simone said...

Some fabulous rose stars. They do really remind me of looking through a kaleidoscope though! x

Kris from Duke Says Sew What said...

Oh what a great idea! My apple rose star still lacks its points, having been neglected for a quilt. Can I link up the side of the Kleenex box? ;-)

Lynne said...

Aren't they all gorgeous! Yes I must add mine.

Jenny said...

I've really enjoyed making these blocks, and seeing everyone else's beautiful creations! Thanks for starting this block party!

gillyflower said...

They look wonderful all together!

Gill xx

Frederick Nunley said...

Thanks for doing this link up it has been so much fun watching others make and post their rose stars on Flickr. Now we have a few blog posts to read about the experiences generated. I am getting a stiff arm from too much looking down at my sewing and piecing! Time to take a break but it is like cookies for me hard to stop my hand from reaching for the next one!

Tea with Prudence said...

Hi Clare,

I am going to take the plunge and give this a go, lol.

I have not patchworked in years and I really do mean years.
In fact, after reading this post the other day, it inspired me to get out some of my old patchwork books.

some of them are 30 years old! Old enough, probably to just be coming back into fashion.

So, even tho I have forgotten everything, once I finish cleaning out my craft room, I am going to give the block a shot - doing the English method should be fun, I havent tried that, so doubly challenging.

Thanks for setting it up and providing the tutorial. I have projects in mind, if this is successful!