I finished the quilting part of the raffle quilt for the Shindig. Photos were delayed when I dropped the camera - we're limping along until we can get a new lens. Surprisingly, these came out: we get good light in the afternoon on the lower slope of the driveway.
Here's one of the entire quilt -
The four stars with white backgrounds got the simpler motif set in a circle, - then there is curved cross-hatching on two scales (1/2 inch and 1/4 inch) with some feathers to fill out the surrounding white area.
The stars on a blue background got the more complicated version of the motif set in the circle. Then I surrounded the star with a feathered circle - maybe it's a feathered wreath, but I usually think of a wreath having the feathers on the outside of the ring - or both sides. Here the feathers are just to the inside. The space between the star points and the feathers has a simple meander. Outside the circle are 1/4 spaced lines. You can also see the corner and side triangle motifs in this photo.
This next photo shows a detail of the wide blue border - half circles, feathered like the ones above, with lines spaced at 1/2 inch inside and outside. The very outer border is scalloped and the scallops are filled with more curved cross-hatching.
I have to include one last shot to show how the designs worked together.