I made a new quilt this week.
SO FUN. And fast!
I used some homemade templates and lots of quirky fabric.
My templates were made from a plastic wall board we had in the garage.
It comes in BIG sheets...so I don’t think I’d recommend purchasing
Just for quilting.
Since my circles did not need to be perfect...
I think using cardboard would work as well.
I didn’t worry about getting the circle edges to meet when the
Four pieces were joined.
This is a NO WORRY.....NO STRESS kind of quilt!
It’s been washed and dried.
All of the frayed edges are
Perfectly soft and cuddly!
What are YOU making this week??
Your quilt is so much fun!ReplyDelete
I love it! And I have to say I recognize some of the fabrics. Yes, I'm "mature" as is many of my scraps. I have always planned on making a Bullseye quilt but haven't gotten around to it. You have inspired me to put it back on the list. Hugs!ReplyDelete
Nifty Bulls Eye quilt. Great to have a fast finish. (Or so it seems to be fast!)ReplyDelete
Love a no worry, no stress quiltReplyDelete
Love the "no-stress" quilt....but those circles look perfect from here.ReplyDelete
Oh what a fun project! I used to teach a class on this block, but I did it with a quilt as you go method! In fact, that quilt is on my bed right now! It is 3 quilt weather here. One of my favorite quilts.ReplyDelete
that is a fun one - and so colorful!! great idea!ReplyDelete
I really like this new projectReplyDelete
Oh, those circles are wonderful! Are they appliqued on top of one another or curve-pieced?ReplyDelete
It looks great, Beth. It’s a great use of scraps too.ReplyDelete
What a fun, colorful and HAPPY quilt. Great job!ReplyDelete
YOu made this all in a week - curves and all. This is so impressive. Love the scraps.ReplyDelete
great bullseye quilt! Makes me want to make another one :)ReplyDelete