Circle Block 251
I've probably made a sun like this before, but this fabric really wanted to be made into a sun.
Circle Block 252
I know I've made a face before, but that fabric looked likes eyes to me, and my other face needed a friend or soul mate.
Circle Block 253
These are just scraps thrown together on a background. They didn't say anything to me, but the background did say "ouch" when it was pulled too hard by the machine.
Circle Block 254
A pretty lacy fabric. I sewed it on a background circle and then put the circle on the background with a decorative stitch. I also decorative stitched on the lace itself to make sure it wouldn't snag too much on anything.
Circle Block 255
This one is an attempt to copy a design I have on a blouse. The blouse is made in India but says dashiki which is an African design, so I don't know if the motif is Indian or African.
Circle Block 256
Leftovers from Sweet Land of Liberty. I copied a circle I saw somewhere, but it had a white inner circle and didn't have a dark background, so pretty much the only thing I copied was using a stripe for a circle and putting something on top of it to make an O. I don't know if it will be in this orientation or rotated in the final quilt.
15 Minutes to StitchI am late posting my progress for last week, as usual but I definitely sewed all seven days working on the bricks quilt and the Liberty quilt and the circles quilt. It looks like I missed a week of progress report, but I know I've been diligently quilting every day, usually more than 15 minutes, so I am going to go ahead and give myself full credit for the missing week. My work is going to start getting busy again soon, and I want to finish the year above 80%.
My progress as of Sunday was:
15 Minute sessions of stitching this week: 7 out of 7
15 Minute sessions of stitching this year: 226 out of 273 sessions
Success rate: 83%
Week 39 Stitching Report