Seriously, it is like buses round here. You don't see a quilt finished for absolutely ages and then I finish two in two weeks. Just do not expect another one to be done two weeks from now. That would be more than a little optimistic.
I stayed up past my bedtime last night to finish off Good Morning Star Shine, and I got Emily to be the photographer this morning as it was too wet outside to place the quilt upon any surface, even my rustic fence.
I finished the quilt with a scrappy LV binding, with one shot of the hot pink (which would be in the upper right corner if I had been thinking about which way I was holding it rather than stretching up on my tiptoes to keep it off the wet grass).
I backed the quilt with a dotty pink cotton I bought at Ikea, which make their fabrics wider than quilting cotton so I didn't have to add any piecing in. Bonus!
The front is made using a myriad of LV charms I had received in LV charm swaps, and Sketch in hot pink for the stars. I quilted it with a straight line stitch on either side of all the charms. You can see the quilting much more clearly on the back. I used an Aurifil 40w variegated golden yellow on the front, and my favourite Aurifil 50w silvery grey on the back. It measures up at 49" x 67". The pattern is just one I thought up, daydreaming, as you do.
I can safely say that I have a LV addiction now. I am already thinking up the next pattern in my head. This is item two off my FAL list. If I finish up a couple more I just might give myself permission to start a new quilt.