More Bullseye Photos, 1-20-21

Here are 14 more wonderful Bullseye quilts!

One more large group of photos and then I’ll post our new fabric purchases – I’m afraid to overload my post. You know what might happen!!!! Ugh.

22 thoughts on “More Bullseye Photos, 1-20-21

  1. Julie D.

    Oh, I shouldn’t do this Bullseye quilt, but I’m getting drawn in by all of these beautiful quilts!! And heavens knows I have plenty of fabric in my stash that I could get rid of!!

  2. Carolyn Boutilier

    Thank you for showing all the bulls eye quilts. I started mine the last time you did these Sew along. You are giving me incentive to finish the quilt after I finish the sew along with Kathleen Tracy, Schoolgirl sampler. I enjoy seeing all the quilts.
    Carolyn b Shenandoah Valley VA

  3. Donna. St. Paul

    Mary should the circles be complementary to each other or anything we want to throw in?

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Donna St Paul – your choice – I’m not the quilt police so you can use whatever colors you like. Study the pictures of the quilts you like

      1. Sue in Marion, Indiana

        Donna…the beauty of this quilt is that you can do it in coordinating fabrics if you want OR it’s the ultimate scrap quilt. As long as you get contrast in the values of the circles and backgrounds, anything can go! That’s why I love it!

      2. Donna St Paul

        Thank you Mary. I think I have the book this is in…Aunt Mary… I’ll check upstairs

  4. Donna. St. Paul

    Mary should the circles be complementary to each other or anything we want to throw in?
    Can anything from my huge stash be used even if it’s doesn’t match?

  5. Rhonda in Iowa

    Like Julie D., I too am getting drawn in after seeing all these photos. My hesitation has been the quilting (not to mention being out of town for 3 weeks). I only quilt sizes up to baby size on my sewing machine. After that I hire a long armer. It looks like these have mostly been custom quilted, doing the bullseyes separately from the background. My longarmer mainly does edge-to-edge, plus I don’t want to spend the extra for custom. I just don’t think I could quilt this on my sewing machine in anyway that I’d be happy with. But now I see the one here with the yellow inner border! That method just might work and this is looking like so much fun!

    1. Mary Etherington Post author

      Rhonda in Iowa / I wish I could help with that decision but it’s yours to make.

  6. Diane and Squeak

    Mary, thanks for the neat Bullseye show😃. They are all so different, yet, start the same. Probably will skip this time, but ….. we’ll see.

  7. Charlotte Shira

    What beautiful quilts!! I have my backgrounds picked out from some fat quarters I have. Can’t wait to start this one. Thanks for all the pictures.

  8. Sue in PA

    I know I worked on my Bullseye quilt during your last sew along but I cannot find it anywhere! All I have found so far are the leftover circles cut out from the back. So frustrating! I remember laying the squares out on the floor but don’t remember if I sewed them together, but I sure would like to finish it up now after seeing all these pretty finished ones you’ve been showing.

  9. susie Q

    These Bullseye quilts are so good…… different and yet all the same pattern….. thanks to all the makers for sending and sharing…….

  10. Nancy

    I skipped the Bullseye last time you did it. Always wished I had participated. Plan to join the group now. Looking forward to it. Now to make some color choices…

  11. Cynthia Arneson

    Mary, Thank you for the beautiful Bullseye quilt show! I keep resisting starting another quilt, but I think you are sucking me into the Bullseye vortex! I’m going to do it and I’m not kicking and screaming! lol

    1. Janice Hebert

      Jan, I believe you send them to Mary’s email which is at the top of the page. Jan in MA

    2. Cinders in MN

      Send to Mary via her email address:

      I am getting my circles cut and will be ready to start when this next go-around begins, mine are ready from the last time, never got started. Will see this one through! Excited to do this!

    3. Mary Etherington Post author

      Jan Haine – send your quilt photo to my email address listed on the home page.

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