Saturday, October 1, 2016

Circle 365 Resumes

Hello and welcome back to the Quilty 365 circle project, where I make small circle blocks, presumably one a day until I have made a whole quilt. It is a daily dose of quilty vitamins!

We won't talk about how many I should have finished by now. I had not cut any more background pieces , mostly because I was thinking that I should have some pieced backgrounds to make it more interesting.  But that made it harder to motivate myself to just throw some fabric on the background and get it done.  I decided to cut some pieces to shock some life back into the project.  There will be pieced background blocks sometime in the future.

Block 168

Most of the blocks in this batch use fabric scraps I received from another quilter.

Block 169

This means that they match each other very well. Hopefully they will blend into the quilt.

Block 170

A circle made out of lines and a decorative stitch. If you squint, you might make out the circle.

Block 171

Pretty, springy block.

Block 172

Bambi wants to remind me that it is now entering fall and it is getting colder outside.

Block 173

Kanga reminds us that it is now springtime in Australia.


Adrinka Block

I have caught up with the Adrinka blocks.  I've prepped the next block, but do need to sew it down.

Linked to:
October 365 Linkup


audrey said...

Your blocks are so interesting! Love the little flowers.:)

Kate said...

Very fun circle blocks. Lots of color and movement.

Kaja said...

Always fun to catch up with your circles and see what your inventive mind has come up with. I've stopped counting mine!

Linda @ kokaquilts said...

Lovely blocks! I enjoyed seeing your versions of this idea, different!

June D said...

Fabulous! Glad to see you are continuing with this project. And the Adrinka blocks are so nice too!