|Blue & Brown Bullseye Quilt|
We used her dinner and salad plates to cut circles from all our leftover fabric. (We were going to use the saucers too but the blocks were already very thick since we didn't trim behind the circles.) We cut the circles into quarters and topstitched them onto 5" finished beige blocks. At the end of that visit there were enough blocks to make three queen-size tops and a lap quilt. Yikes. Guess we forgot to count.
|The two alternately colored bullseye blocks|
|Quilting detail on Bullseye quilt|
All the quilting was done with Metler Fine Embroidery thread on my home machine - a Bernina 1230. The batting is Mountain Mist Blue Ribbon Cotton.
|Back and binding of bullseye quilt|
Linked to Free Motion Quilting Project.
Fret not; enjoy the day.