In my effort to find fabric for cutting charms, I found some nearly finished blocks for a “bulls-eye” quilt or wall hanging. I finished sewing the stacked concentric circles and cut them into 4 segments.
I was playing around with arrangements but I’m back to my original plan of making them into “bulls-eyes” because I will probably need to trim the finished 4-patch to a standard size. I love the raw edges, too!
The PSQ blocks hang out on my design wall for inspiration!
Here’s a recent quilt that I finished for Emily. The quilting design is Meandering Feathers.
Emily wanted a freehand E2E and this looks great with the big blocks and borders, adding lots of movement and texture.
I ordered a specific color of Superior OMNI thread for this quilt and used it in the needle and the bobbin with very good results. The only difference I noticed is the need to wind more bobbins because the thread is heavier than So Fine 50, my usual bobbin thread.
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Thanks for looking! Linda