I was rather ashamed to realize I hadn't made a quilt for my dad yet, so for his birthday this year during my very marathon (and still going on sewing sessions) I decided to tackle a Lone Star quilt.
I've been unable to find my copy of Yuletide Blessing Snowflake, which is a strip pieced lone star from Fig Tree Quilts that I'd attempted and abandoned many years ago, I think the pattern was from about 8 years ago.
I did it in Basic Grey's Sweet Serenade which is such a gorgeous line I really was sad to see it go. The soft orange and really the whole thing just works really well. My cell phone photography, not so much. I did goof on one of the strip placements but ssshhhh it's all good still. ;)
This is the first quilt I've been able to put on my frame without a panic attack in so long that I only did a meander star on it and a loose one at that just to make sure it got done! And I did it! I feel such pride in not having a panic attack that I feel the need to share. So I am. :D
What are you feeling proud about?