I’m so behind on Christmas prep this year! And now a nice bout of Strep Throat has come to visit us here at our house. At least our tree is up and decorated finally. So that’s something. And I do have this quilt which I started LAST YEAR. I pulled it out of its storage bin this week and tried to remember what my original plan for this was. Please tell me I'm not the only one who does this!?!
Here’s what I figured out - I’m using a charm pack of Cherry Christmas (designed by Aneela Hoey) and adding in a few coordinating fabrics for all of the circles.
This 5” circle ruler (by Lori Holt for Riley Blake) is perfect for cutting circles from charm squares.
Then I’ll raw edge applique each circle to a 7” background square. These are the prints I’m using for background squares, along with a little bit of Kona Snow too.
Once the squares are sewn together (probably 10 rows of 9 blocks each) I’ll have a nice sized Christmas throw quilt. And if I get the circles cut out this year, and the background squares cut out next year, then I figure I’ll have the quilt done and ready to use by 2019! How’s that for planning ahead?
And now for the winner of the Simply Strings book giveaway – Congratulations to Jenny L!