That old Coconino High School student-handbook-printed-as-a-pocket-folder that contains the cardboard templates, dog-eared photocopy of two magazine pages, and indecipherable notes in lists that represents my first attempt at quilting! I can see that the name of the quilt was “Starry Night.” Looks like I cut apart the pieces from the only copy of the actual pattern that I had. Layout and instructions are marginally legible in the photocopy. Hmmm. It occurs to me that it could be translated into a paper piecing pattern and thus made manageable! We’ll see…
What fun to find it! But it sounds like you no longer have the quilt?
I have what there is of it! lol I gave up making the star blocks and filled in with large squares of fabric — unfortunately not all of the same fiber! It’s really quite hilarious. Look me up on FB (Seldom Seen Quilting) to see a picture of it — it’s the one that two ladies are holding up for me while I am speaking to the local guild, walking across a stage with mic in hand.
Oh, I did see that picture–sometimes I get confused with whose blog I’m reading when!
I hear you there! D