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# 14 Modern Dresden Wheel July BOM

Project Description

What are you most proud of? Deciding what to do with this block was a long process. I used the scraps left over from my kitchen curtains, the left over scraps from Cheryl's oldest grandson's secret pocket quilt, the first July / block of the month 2012, the left over red scraps from the Spider man quilts, I made last year for Rosie Grady's boys, a foam cushion that I bought from Walmart, stuffing recycled from an old pillow I got from Vivian Reynolds, two fortrell napkins given to me by Otillia, Barb Roycrofts neighbor, thread bought from Marshals, with money given to me by Janet Main. I made it this morning, February 19th, 2014 for the wild cat that still has not adopted us yet comes twice a day to get food. we have not been able to coax it in yet. What advice would you give someone starting this project? This is the easiest block yet.

What you will need

  • I used a cotton Blend red cordory. Left over from doing a baby quilt in the spring.I used 100 % Cotton denum red and white print. This was material left over from making my kitchen curtains last year. I used satin lining for the back of the circles. for less bulk.

Q&A with HeatherIsaacson

Geri66 asked:
Beautiful! Can't believe it's that easy! I will have to prove it by making it!
HeatherIsaacson answered:
Deciding what to do with the block was a long process.

Skill Level

Intermediate