I just got back from mailing packages of fabric to all of you. Detailed instructions are included with the fabric, but here is a photo of what I’m (roughly) looking for.
Hope all of you have a terrific holiday weekend!
Ditto the other comments about drooling over Dorrie’s stash. These fabrics are beautiful! Can’t wait to see the whole quilt.
My next project is to get packages of fabric put together to send out to all of you for June. I’ll have directions included – it’s pretty simple.
Oh, the fabric envy… your stash must be fabulous Dorrie. This is a super fun block. I am taking part in a vintage sheet swap right now and a quilt like this is at the top of my list to make with that fabric.
I got up early this morning and whipped these off with no trouble.
I had planned to use the freezer paper method, but ease and speed got the better of me; applique it is! The circles are backed with fusible interfacing, which helped prevent warping during the zigzag contour, and also should eliminate fraying.
I’m quite partial to this one. Sort of the disappearing circle.
(I recently painted my kitchen table red, hence the red border on everything.)
So here, Angie. Finally! Now I just have to post them.
Finally finished this block up last night. The wonkiness wasn’t intentional, but hopefully it works with the precarious tower of books. I am so enjoying getting to try new things for this bee. Thanks Ladies! Now … on to the circles.