Thursday, 30 July 2015


We have been away for a week, and believe it or not, I didn't pick up a needle or visit a quilt shop!  (We went to Scotland, and I did get some fabric heaven in several Glasgow museums and the Beamish outdoor museum, but that's all!). I usually take hand sewing, but I think the break re-energised me, because since we came back on Tuesday, I've been sewing, sewing, and all on my new Dresden circles quilt. 

Here is my progress so far.  I have decided to fill in the setting triangles with more of the design, although I have a feeling it won't be to everyone's choice.  Still, as it's my quilt, it's to my choice!  I love the way some extra, large circles are emerging, can you see them?  I may even make it bigger.  Maybe. 
It certainly eats strings, but as I have boxes of them saved up, that suits me fine!  


Frog Quilter said...

Love it!! That's my kind of quilt.

Amanda said...

It really is quite effective. Makes the mind boggle a bit. :-)

audrey said...

Very nice use of your scraps. Love it.:)