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As You Wish - a pattern story



One of my latest patterns features a curvy star design.  It is a favorite of mine and I have been playing with this star for a while in different sizes even mini.








But what brought it all together and completely changed the design was the addition of a ribbon block. 
This ribbon can be used to convey a subtle message.  It’s color representing a cause dear to the heart of the quilt
maker and possibly the recipient.  Alternately the ribbon can be signed for a unique signature quilt/ just ...

As You Wish 

Here are the light and dark versions during my backyard photo shoot ! What a difference color will make! 





Let me know which one you like better 😊

I’m looking forward to teaching this quilt as a worshop this summer.

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