I’ve been super busy with work this week but before the sun came up this morning I got this finished except the binding (debating colors).
It’s sort of a quilt-as-you-go (QAYG), I quilted the top squares with batting but then sewed them all together & added the backing, quilting a double line down each of the 4 big seams. I should have waited until I bought a walking foot, my lines are a little crooked but no one will notice after it’s washed. I don’t care for the usual QAYG method that looks like window sashing when it’s done, the construction is so obvious.
I think the pink is my favorite circle. Many memories in this quilt of clothes, quilts & bags I made for my girls.
Super easy way to make a quilt! It measures 36” square. I can’t take credit for the design, I saw one on flickr somewhere and had to try a circle ticker tape, though the white & green center is all mine, I didn’t want to use brown scraps.
It’s backed with a silky minky type fabric remnant, my only cost for the quilt, $5. Had great fun with it and I’m going to make a few more with different colored center blocks. I didn’t even make a dent in my scraps.