Meet circles.

Part of my slow sewing studio.


circles quilt_carolyn friedlander


Sometimes simple shapes and fun fabric is all you need. That’s pretty much the idea behind this one, plus the fact that it’s a great intro to needle-turn if you haven’t tried it before. There are no corners or sharp points here, so you can really get the rhythm down.


circles quilt_peach and navy_carolyn friedlander


circles quilt_slow sewing studio_carolyn friedlander_detail 1


The blocks work best with fat quarters, which makes it way too easy to load up on some wild combos. I blinged my cover sample out with plenty of gold fabrics. It was fun.


And I’ve already got a few more blocks cut out and in progress. Tsuru and architextures make great buds. (All of which are hanging in a social.)




By the way, if you are in the Seattle area, some of my newest quilts (including this one) are on display at the Island Quilter in Vashon. Make sure to head over and check it out.



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