Round Robin - Page 2

Using the template provided, cut out one Color 3 circle, and cut another from light weight interfacing. Sew these right dies together, using a 1/4" seam allowance. Using scissors, cut through the interfacing only, making a hole large enough to turn the circle right sides out. Press...

Pin the circle over the center of your block, and hand or invisible machine appliqué this in place...and one block is done!

Here's a simple quilt of just nine blocks, with two thin borders and two wider borders. What a great kids quilt this would make! Using more subdued colors, it would also make a nice country wall hanging, perhaps using buttons in the center of each circle!

Happy Quilting All!

Marcia :o)

Here's one that Mary made!

** Supplies List **

Color 1

Color 1 needs: one 9-1/4" square

Color 2

Color 2 needs: one 9-1/4" square

Color 3

Color 3 needs: one 5" circle

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April 3 2003 Marcia Hohn

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