One of my designs, Star Gazing, is in the current Quiltmaker, the May/June issue. I have not seen the magazine and cannot find it locally so all I have seen is the link shared above. Many have written asking if there is a kit for this pattern. There is not. It was made with stash fabric but I do still have the navy and the olive green fabrics. I do not have any of the turquoise fabric left. For those who asked, I told them I would share some pictures of fabric choices and they are shown below. In all the photos, the navy and the olive are the same fabrics that were used in the quilt. The navy is Dimples by Andover Fabrics and the olive is an older Benartex line. The background is a white dot on white — bright white! Don’t be afraid to try different fabrics!
Cut apart, the fabric on the right would look very similar to the fabric in the quilt in the magazine.
The fabric on the right is brighter than what I used in the quilt but I think it would work . . I wouldn’t hesitate to use it.
The turquoise fabric shown below goes nicely with the olive fabric but I think it’s too dark to go next to the navy. I believe it would blend and you would lose some of the design.
I like this turquoise fabric below and think it would work nicely with the olive and the blue.
My suggestion for choosing fabrics for this quilt would be to choose your navy and olive fabrics (or whatever colors you want to use). Those are the two fabrics that are very different. Once you’ve chosen those, then choose a third fabric (where I used turquoise) that may be a shade of one of the other two fabrics but make sure it will not blend so that you can definitely see that there are three different fabrics pieced together.
Don’t be afraid to try something different. I have this quilt in my EQ sketchbook using several different color combinations and it’s beautiful no matter what colors I used.