Well, today I am here to tell you that this also works with just fifteen seconds at a time. Truly, some of these blocks were made just fifteen seconds at a time. I did manage to sneak in more time and eek out a whole fifteen minutes some days.
I decided to spare you and not blog about each fifteen seconds of activity, mostly because it would take quilting time away to photograph and blog about it, but I do have some results to show you now. I am much happier with these blocks than the last batch I showed you.
This one uses leftovers from an 1857 block.
When I met with June, she gave me a baggie full of scraps for me to use in my circle project. All of the fabrics in this block are from that baggie, and I am sure you will see quite a few more blocks using her fabric. Thanks June!
This is also from June's fabric. This was already pieced, so all I had to do was cut it into a circle. So easy!
This is the one that makes me the most proud. It truly was made 15 seconds at a time. Every time I walked by it, I felt compelled to do something else to it, and over time it switched from being an abstract oval into a little chick. All the fabrics are from the 1857 quilt. I still need to sew down the applique on this one and the next two.
This one was inspired by a book that cut fabric like a paper snowflake and appliqued it onto a background. Mine looks like nothing like that, but hey, there are circles in there! It looks vaguely like a face to me.
This one is a leftover from the Adrinka block I made. I decided to leave the shape as it was, and in case the circles in the fabric wasn't enough, I cut a couple more circles out. This one looks like a face to me too.
I have caught up with the Adrinka blocks. If you notice, all of these have been sewn down. The center of the top left was block 167 of the circle quilt.
Here's a picture from my garden. It may be shabby but I have planted some flowers and the rabbit came to inspect the changes I've made to his home. The dirt bed behind him is filled with flower seeds. I am looking forward to seeing more blooms.