Circle in circle progress

Less than half the blocks are completed so this is not a final arrangement–just a progress report.  I know I will not have the darkest fabric smack in the middle!  When I started a few sample blocks, I had just pulled 5 fabrics from my stash to see if I liked them together.  I did, so I went back through and found quite a few more that worked.  I am hand piecing the curves.  Don’t know if I will put the blocks together by machine or by hand.  Stay tuned to find out!

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I retired in 2004 and have never missed the 8-5 grind even for a minute. Now I spend my time reading, traveling, quilting and trying to learn new things like Spanish and blogging.
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8 Responses to Circle in circle progress

  1. Carol says:

    Like the Drunkard’s Path there are so many ways you can arrange the blocks. It’s looking really good – very cool pattern.

  2. This pattern is wonderful with these fabrics. What a soothing selection of creamy pastels. And hand piecing…I so admire your skill and artistry. This quilt already says “Sweetness” to me.

  3. Lani Longshore says:

    Great fabrics! As to having the darkest in the middle – why not? You could shade to light at the edges, then use a strong contrasting binding.

  4. Lisa Mason says:

    Love the sherbert colors. Hand piecing? The whole thing? You are a better woman than I!

  5. Your color combination? A winning one. This just gave me a great idea for how to lay out a drunkard’s path, one of my UFO’s. I vote for doing the blocks by machine – that way you can start/finish another project!

  6. I LIKE it! If you have enough fabric, I would definitely keep going.

  7. Lynda Brown says:

    Hand piecing? Wow, you sure have a lot more patience than I do. I love the soft, muted colors. It is going to be stunning.

  8. Liz says:

    It’s looking good and coming along quite quickly. I would machine piece them unless you are enjoying the hand piecing too much. Can’t wait to see what happens next.

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