Work in Progress – Moon Goddess #3 – The Golden Bronze and blue one


I spent so much time planning this one.  My step daughter is having a baby in November and her shower is this coming weekend and that’s who this one will be gifted too.  I knew I wanted to make another Moon Goddess and I wanted the colors paired way down.  Moon Goddess is written with scrappy in mind, so I really cut it back and used just 7 different fabrics on this one.

Here’s the other Moon Goddess quilts I’ve made:







I wanted to make this one a bit more modern, and that’s what I was thinking when I decided to only use a few fabrics.  The navy and the blues are colors that will be in baby’s nursery.  As soon as I saw the golden bronze I knew I wanted to use it.  I LOOOOVE that color!  I’m hoping that it will blend in with her other colors too.

The quilt was screaming for fussy cutting the woodland animals and I hadn’t did that yet using this quilt pattern, so it was something I wanted to do.

Here’s the fabrics I used:






I’m planning on quilting it up in the next few days.  I need to hurry!  I’ve got plans for some special quilting.  Fingers crossed I can pull it off!  I’ve been getting a lot of questions lately about the HRT ruler that I designed earlier this year and having a bit more of an in depth discussion about HRTs.  More on that soon.  Have a good week!



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  1. This version is lovely. I am sure that it will be much loved. Amazing what a difference the fabric choices make. It’s my favorite of them so far!

  2. I like the storm at sea block pattern interspersed with the much larger block configuration. It really opens up the pattern visually without any loss of movement. A great way to fussy cut and display precious vignettes in fabric. I would likely make this with diamond rectangles as I have a preference for using a larger unseamed block (e.g. flying geese v. HST). I see you have a ruler with Havel’s. How wonderful. I have Havel’s seam ripper which is the BEST seam ripper in the world. Scythe-like, precision made and makes quick work of “unsewing”

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