Here is the final arrangement. I decided to have the joins blend in with the rest of the rings. I like all the rich color.
I was encouraged, when I pieced the first block, it laid flat!
Here are the first four blocks. I decided if I do four each day I should be finished piecing by the end of the month.
I have eight finished now and am getting better with each one. I should be a pro by the end of the month.
If you follow my blog you know I can't be tied to one quilt at a time, and usually have several going all at once. Well, my distractible mind came across this gem of a quilt the other day. I saw it on Facebook but Liz wrote a blogpost about her quilt and you can see it here. I ordered several prints of a panel so I can try this. She also told me there is a group on Facebook for people who make One Block Wonder quilts. So I joined!?! Wow, there are some beauties on that site. Looking through all the photos reminded me I wanted to try and make one with blocks in the design, such as this. Of course I have a UFO that will fill this need perfectly.
I bought this fabric soon after I pieced my One Block Wonder
I cut it out and started looking at the design and decided maybe it wasn't the best fabric for this type of quilt. (Small design) so I set it aside until I could decide what to do with it. I pulled it out yesterday and started sewing the pieces together. (After I finished my four blocks for the wedding ring quilt, priorities in the chaos).
Now to find some fabrics for the blocks, I want to add a little M. C. Escher in this quilt.
Have a creative day