I've recently been enjoying making more traditional style blocks. I like improvisation and wonky log cabins a lot but sometimes I can't help feeling that the oldies are the goodies. I think sometimes I am put off making more traditional blocks because they are sometimes more complicated to make. Making sure points match up, or using templates seems much more headache than whipping out a log cabin or a group of half square triangles.
I picked up this book a while ago and I just adore browsing through the blocks and imaging them in different fabric combinations. I feel a new quilt coming on every time I flick through.
So when Vanessa from the Another Quilting Bee group asked for a traditional style star I turned immediately to this book.