Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Wandering along Memory Lane

Next month, the Country Threads ladies, Mary Etherington and Connie Tesene, will be releasing a new book entitled 'Beyond the Battlefield'.  I'm looking forward to getting it, and meanwhile did some internet browsing for Country Threads stuff.  Lo and behold, they have a blog that I wasn't aware of:

And lo and behold again, they're currently having a Bullseye quilt sew along! The original instructions for Bullseye quilts were published in this book in 1999:

This jogged my memory: I made *several* Bullseye quilts through the years, more than these, but these photos were easy to find.  Going back twenty years here! 

Hmmm, might be time for another Bullseye quilt :)



Unknown said...

Love your Bullseye quilt collection!

Angie said...

WOW, Jeanne, you've made a LOT of Bulleyes! And I would love any one of them! :) Maybe I should think about adding that pattern to my never-ending list. :) It will be fun to see a new book by Country Threads. It seems like it's been a while since they published one. So glad you pointed this out.

Rosemary said...

Love your organized scrappy bulleye quilts. I wandered over here from Country Threads blog and I'm participating in the bulleye quilt along over there. I went against the grain and I'm using black backgrounds, with medium colored circles. Loving it so far.....

Anonymous said...

I am a friend of Carol's and found your blog through hers. You are one busy lady! Love all your variations of the Bullseye quilt. I have that book, but have never made anything from it. This looks like a fun one!

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