Special thanks to Pat Anderson – her name suggestion will be used for this QAL “Points of View.”
Instructions are now available for this project. I have shown the first three sizes listed below in the instructions. The sizes for the first three images are included in the written instructions.
I have one of my starburst blocks finished and a group of chain blocks completed so feel free to join in and quilt along on this project with me. There’s no deadline and if the button in the sidebar is removed, you will still be able to find the free pattern instructions under the PAGES section listed towards the bottom of the right sidebar on the blog – just find the name “Points of View” to access it at any time. Feel free to share your fabric choices, progress photos and finished project in my Flickr group – you will find a link to it in the sidebar of the blog.
Below are some additional sizes in case you are interested in making a larger quilt.
The one below would finish approximately 69″ x 86″ using 20 Block 1, 12 Block 2, 14 Block 3 and 4 Block 4.
The layout below would finish approximately 83 x 103 using 30 Block 1, 20 Block 2, 18 Block 3 and 4 Block 4.
Here’s the download. Enjoy!
count me in!!!! Love the design. What about Native stars?
Very, very nice – My name suggestion is Steps to Sedona.
Name suggestion “Sparkle”
Bound Stars. Very nice! Thank you!
Well, I should have read it all, first, lol! Yes, yes, I am getting inattentive in my old age, sigh. Sorry! Diamond boundry?
LOL – it was a test 😉 Now you have to stay after class and do extra credit.
Just let me know what it is and I will! I can remember cleaning erasers.
They do seem to be roads or paths and arrows pointing to the center, so how about “All Roads Lead Home”?
my suggestion for this quilt would be ” diamond points”
There do seem to be paths or steps between and arrows pointing to the center so how about “All Roads Lead Home” ?
Hearts and Tulips.
Burst of Color
name suggestion: Crunchy Berry Crisp
In those colors, I’d call it Colorado Sunshine. I can easily see how those before me chose those names. It is a lovely pattern. I can also see why it’s hard to name them. Color selection makes such a difference. Looking forward to this QAL. Thank you!!
It reminds me of Dancing Diamonds
I am hoping to stitch a long with others as I love this design, may even do as a QOV. How about “All Points Center”?
A great quilt design, my suggestion for a name – All Points !
Glad you got this fixed..I thought that “Hearts all around ” would be a good name.
First thought Tulips but with all the different colerations the Hearts seemed to pop.
The individual block itself could be thought of as an explosion. Thinking outside of the box, I would call it “breaking out”.
Paths in my Garden
My Tulip Beds
Points of View would be my suggestion…looks like a beauty!
Thanks Pat for suggestion this great name – I think it fits perfectly and so will use it for this QAL.
My name suggestions are: “Blazing Pathways” or “Trail Blazing” or “Blazing Trails. ” No matter the name, it is a grand design, Denise! I do hope to join you for this QAL!
I really like the orange batik version across the top. Prairie Sunset or Prairie Sunrise would be my choice.
Lookin’ forward to it. What about Southwest Sunset, or Desert Sun.
How about The Floral Dance or Sundance ?
Beautiful quilt! Name: Rays of Hope, or Bursting with Excitement
yep thinking on color now
Great name for this quilt. And YES, I do plan to sew along.
Thank you so much for this QAL — Everything depends on your Point of View. I will patiently wait — trust me, I have other things going; like 44 hand-knit warm hats for Oct 1st — I’m on Hat #16!
I’ve got the Barn Dance QAL going on now instead – which is a quilt I need for a wedding so that QAL got moved to the top of the list. Although I think I did just figure out what fabrics I want to use for Point of View so that’s a step in the right direction – if I get the order placed for them.
Waiting patiently but do love that quilt
Points of View is perfect! Thank you for sharing…pj stitches!
Thank-you, Denise! Looking forward to starting!
Thank you for this lovely pattern. I will post pics as I progress thru it.