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If you’ve read any of the comments about the Bullseye Quilt you’ll have gotten the idea that this is a perpetual quilt. Scraps from one quilt become the start of another quilt. Trust me on this.
We hope you’ll have a chance to cut the following before January 1.
48 different squares cut 9″ x 9″ – light, neutral prints
48 different squares, mediums and darks, cut 8″x8″
48 different squares, cut 6″ x 6″, assorted mediums and darks
48 different squares, cut 4″ x 4″, mediums and darks.
These 4″ squares can be eliminated if you choose- there will be scraps to use for these circles.
So this is what you need – 48 sets like this, 9″, 8″, 6″, 4″.
Virtually anything goes in this scrap quilt.
The book Quilts From Aunt Amy is out of print but if you’d like to purchase the pattern sheet for $3.00 we can send it to you. You don’t need it however because each step will be printed on the blog.
Reed and I sewed last night – Hazel napped in the chair.
Here is one of Ernie’s favorite sleeping positions. Good grief!
I hope he feels like he can relax.
Send me any Bullseye questions in the comments and I’ll try to answer them all in a post the beginning of the week. If you have the question, it’s likely others do, too.
I made another batch of tv mix and used butter because I wanted it to be very good when I gave it to friends. It’s nearly inedible – the butter burned! Guess I learned my lesson – margarine from now on!
See how dark it is – ugh.