Monday, January 25, 2016

Call me crazy

I’ve joined yet another sew-a-long.  Randi at Barrister’s Block, has a great sew-a-long block that I thought would be perfect for one of our veteran’s quilts. Sew So, here is the first step. 



Simple right? Well, I just went back and re-read the instructions and it looks like the second step of adding the next layer of circles happens today. That makes me already behind. Hmmm???

Next time I see a sew-a-long that I like I will turn off the computer (well, maybe).

13 comments:

  1. More circles! Looks like yet another take on quilty 365. They sure are popular this year, aren't they?

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  2. Funny! you will be an expert in circles that's for sure:) I had a look at the link and the finished quilt will be lovely...

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  3. ooh, i have that sickness as well..temecula quilt is having another mini sew along but i'm holding out for barbara brackman's westering women starting wednesday...you in?

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  4. We all get so excited with a fun SAL. Love your patriotic circles.

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  5. Randy is a fun one to follow, but I have withstood the temptation on all SALs so far this year! Wonder how long I can keep it up with all of you having such a good time and sharing such fun projects. I'd never thought to do the bulls-eye quilt in R/W/B. Going to be great!

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  6. If you are very pleased to do it, no problem ! :)
    It will be fun !

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  7. LOL! Always another quilting temptation to be found.

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  8. It's such a fun simple quilt!

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  9. have a bullseye quilt that I made many many years ago. It is the most used quilt at my house! have fun

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  10. The bullseye is so fun, with the raw edges which will fray nicely. Red white and blue - classic!

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