I had a whole bunch of leftover circles cut out from when I made round casserole cozies a couple of years ago… I know! I meant to use them before now, I just never got around to it.
Well, I took all those circles and wondered what they would look like as a quilt. And since I had just had a raggedy quilt class at church, I gave it a try…
First lay out your pattern.
Then lay the two circles on top of one another with wrong sides together and right sides facing out… I did all of the back in the same print. It makes it so much easier!
Then press them. Lay a 6” square, cut out of cardstock, in the center of the front circle.
Attach each row to the other the same way; wrong sides together with the seams facing out and sew along the creased lines of the “squares”.
Once you have all your rows sewn together, sew all the way along the edge on the creased lines.
Now you need to get rid of all those extra big rounded seams between each block.
You’ll also have a very pretty blanket!