Amanda's Celtic Circles Gallery

Supply list for Amanda's Celtic Circles - 68" (173cm) quilt:

For the 10 1/2” (27cm) unfinished blocks: 8 assorted dark prints - 1/2 yd (46cm) each
For inset patches: 6 assorted light prints - 1/2 yd (46cm) each
For bias strips: 1 1/2 yds contrast fabric
For first border: 3/4 yd. Of dark print
For second border: 1 yard of dark print
Bias bars for sewn bias, or 1/4” fusible tape maker or 3/8” fusible tape maker, with 5mm fusible web for fusible bias.
Please follow the directions in each package to make bias, if you haven’t made bias before.
5 yds (4.6m) fabric for backing
Make the binding from scraps left over from the above yardage, your choice.

Here's the EQ7 layout Scarlett did for Amanda's Celtic Circles pattern. Amanda made her bias the lightest color and did all of it out of the same fabric. That gives it more of a stained glass look, Scarlett thinks. That's an option to try, to use more than one fabric for the bias.

EQ6 version of Amanda's Celtic Circles quilt.

Here's an EQ7 layout for Amanda's Celtic Circles, done with creams, browns and light blue. As another option, a 1" finished border was added between the first and second border, adding 1/2 yd to the supply list.

Creams, browns and light blue variation.

Here's a variation in pinks and taupes with turquoise for the bias.

Pinks, taupes and turquoise variation.

For a more dramatic coloration, blues/teals were used for the four patch blocks and a dark blue for the bias.

Blues, purples and browns variation.

 

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