I don't know if any of you have been following my post since we moved into this house.
At the risk of repeating myself, when we moved in this house the people before us left us an attic, huge room, and out buildings with all of their stuff in it.
We waited months before we dove into them giving the previous owners time to come and get what they wanted. They never came and my husband got tired of asking them.
So in the attic were a lot of quilt squares.
I gave some to my sisters and mother but kept these:
There were forty of these but my one sister, Jeanette, just came for a visit and we split them up.
So...............I took mine and got some iron on "lite" interfacing.
I place the right side to the iron on side of the interfacing and sewed all around the circle.
Then made a split in the back of the iron on and pulled the circle to the right side out. Does that make sense.
Next I ironed the circle to a 10 1/2" beige fabric as shown below.
Then I blanket stitched around the first one.
Didn't like that so the next one I just took a very scant 1/4" top stitch around the circle.
I liked the top stitched one better so now, I have 20 circles all top stitched.
The next issue is finding some old fabric that might work.
Here are a few of my choices.
I think I like the first one, what do you think?