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Thread: Quilt as you go circles

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    Super Member abdconsultant's Avatar
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    This can be any size
    very easy
    sew circles right sides together
    turn right sides out
    then stitch together in a row
    next sew the rows together
    Fun and easy.
    Batting is optional.
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    A very fun quilt to work on. It is suppose to mimic cathedral windows. I do believe it does

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    I think that even I could do that!!!
    You have made an extremely daunting task....simple!!
    Thank you!!!

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    I love the quilt! Will you share the pattern? If so will you send it to me on a private message. Thanking you in advance!

    Jenny:)

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    What a great concept! Thanks for sharing. I like your choice of fabrics!

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    Very cute!

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    Do you have a pattern for this? It is very cute and looks easy enough...THanks

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    Cut two templates, one a circle the other a square that fits into the circle. Mark your square in the circle when you have turned your circle inside out, then stitch the two sides together to make a row.

    I'll try to add photos later showing how.

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    You could use the coffee filter idea that was posted earlier this week.
    Take your two fabrics right sides together. Use ironed flat coffee filters and sew to fabric. (leave a small opening for turning)
    Rough cut the circles
    Remove coffee filter
    Turn circle
    Continue with pattern.
    If you wanted to add batting, just add it as a layer when you put your two fabrics together ie batting, fabric, fabric, coffee filter.
    Sorry I don't have the link for the coffee filter idea.

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    I think I see how this is done.. Is the back the black print?
    Thanks! Pretty.

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