I’ve finished another charity quilt for the Ronald McDonald House. The pattern, Painted Moon, is from Villa Rosa Designs.
This pattern is easy. The bias cut stars, which could be easily stretched out of shape, make it a pattern I would not recommend as your first quilt.
You may remember a posting from this past summer about my granddaughter, Abbie, making her first quilt top. And she selected Painted Moon.
I like that young people are encouraged to think outside the box and color outside the lines. “I’ve never made a quilt before but this is the one I want to make.”
With a little help pinning and pressing, Abbie finished a perfectly flat and square quilt top. Unfortunately, we did not get it quilted before she had to leave.
Miss Libby to the rescue! Abbie takes sewing lessons at Libbylicious (www.libbylicious.com) in Wyckoff, NJ. Thanks to her teacher, Abbie was able to finish her Painted Moon.