The first Round and Round quilt I made, the one with the navy background and all Happy-go-Lucky fabric was really fun to sew, but because of a tight deadline, I had to make it in one sitting. Literally! I sat down to make it and sewed until I finished it. Sometime around 4am, about a week before Christmas if I remember correctly. To say sewing it was a blur would be an understatement!
Ever since then, I've been wanting to make the one with the white background, preferably when I had a little more time to enjoy the process! So as soon as I got back from Quilt Market, a Round&Round quilt was the first thing on my sewing list.
I decided to use a charm pack I had of Flea Market Fancy, mixed in with some favorite Heather Ross scraps I had. I figured this was a great project use up some of that fabric that I haven't touched because I can't get anymore.
(I know, it's silly! Why do we do that??)
Anyway, I have three blocks done, and four more to make. I'll be sure to take some photos when it get it all finished up. Plus I already have at least five more projects I am dying to get started on.
Not to mention all the minis!
There just aren't enough hours in the day, are there?
Oh! One more thing- I mentioned this half-square triangle video in my Craftsy class, and was finally able to track it down. All my weird faces and Liz 5 aside...
...I hope you'll like it.
(Note to future self- They always put the goofy stuff in the video.)