I’ve been playing in my bits bin. Always such a happy place to play. I’ve been making me bright happy fabric from it’s contents, using this method. In February I’ll be teaching my scrappy wedding ring quilt.
Since that quilt is queen size and on my bed. I thought a smaller version would work better for a display. So I took my made fabric and cut it into arcs for a table runner. Which is what I originally was going to make when I started my wedding ring quilt. How ironic is that?
I’m still working my way though the 100 blocks in 100 days. I now have 60 blocks. It’s getting quite big on my design wall. It’s making me wonder if I want to make all 100 blocks for this quilt. I may stop at 90. That will give me a 60″ x 72″ quilt. I don’t really like to quilt anything bigger on my domestic machine. I can it’s just not my favorite thing to do. So I’m leaning toward calling 90 good.
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Love the way the rings are pieced. A runner would be better than a full size quilt for my confidence level.
LOVE your bright colors. The wedding ring table runner is going to be a show stopper.
What a fun concept on the wedding ring block. Great way to use up scraps too.
Pretty made fabric, great idea for this pattern!
I've been trying to decide what to do with some made fabric. Your Wedding Ring is a great idea.
And what a wonderful sampler!
Love the use of your scraps, it's beautiful
I love your made fabric. I'll definitely be checking out the method you used to make it.
you could make all the blocks, then use the last 10 on the back…?