Here are a few more circles I made for my circle 365 project.
Circle Block 259
Circle Block 260
While I was at it, I figured I might as well make a few more, and before long, I had to make five to make them blog worthy. I saw a quilt that had these kinds of open circles yesterday on my blog travels. A normal person would call them rings. I'm sure they were better arranged than these, but I don't use fusible for these so the sewing machine tends to overrule my decisions about where the circles are placed.
Circle Block 261
The red and green scraps are from the Islamic Tile quilt. This background and the gold is in the Butterfly Wreath and probably also in Life of Plenty.
Circle Block 262
These oranges are in Ringo Lake (now known as Sorrento) and the scraps are cut up for Fourth Rail (formerly known as Four Rails). This idea is from a free quilt pattern I found yesterday in my blog travels. I've done suns before on this quilt, but I needed to do the sun dance yesterday because it was so cloudy and dreary, and it worked! It is sunny today.
Circle Block 263
This one is clearly from Butterfly Wreath. I had some extra HSTs and thought they would be perfect for this quilt. I was going to piece the sashing, but since the circle is applique, I figure the whole block could be applique.
My elementary school teacher friends celebrate 100 days, but I am pretty sure it is 100 days into the school year and not 100 days left. I am so close to having only 100 "days" left!
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Can I get a Whoop Whoop! It's a big deal to get started on these blocks again.