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Category Quilting
Type Functional
Andie S. on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? Cotton, batting, and minky (?)

Andie S. on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? I love my color choices and that it is done. :)

Andie S. on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? I am just above a beginner in quilting ability. Take your time piecing the circle together so that the outside edges line up. And if not, keep your seam ripper close by and do it again! :)

Andie S. on craftsy.com

lovely bright colours cute little quilt

10/31/2011 Flag

Wonderful job!

10/31/2011 Flag

sooo cute!!!

10/31/2011 Flag

So well done and cute. A child will love the color. Keep Quilting!

11/01/2011 Flag

Great job but how did you get the circle

11/13/2011 Flag

First, my circles were cut from a 6in-to 61/4in tupparware pitcher lid. Then I cut the circles into 4ths and sewed them onto my yellow flannel squares leaving a quarter in seam as I sewed them on. But I did a little research and found on a site called "cluckclucksew.com" she show a tutorial on a quilt called raw edge circle quilt. SHe does her a little different than I did, but ends up with the same concept. Hope this helps.

11/13/2011 Flag