Good morning! It's my turn again to show another block for the Quiltmaker's 100 Blocks sew along! I'm starting the day drinking coffee from my Volume 4 mug, which is the magazine this block was featured in. The super exciting thing about this volume was that my name was on the cover. I am still totally thrilled about it. I've had so much fun dreaming up blocks and submitting them to Quiltmaker and I appreciate that I have had blocks in all the 100 Block magazines so far.
My block, Round Rosie, has spring tulips in a circle. Here's what I cut for my little runner of three blocks. I'm ready for spring with these colors.
I made three blocks and set them on point for a small runner. I did some speedy grid quilting and bound it with a nice springy pink garden print. I love it! Perfect for these gloomy winter days.
If you want to make this runner you can make three 6 inch (finished) Round Rosie blocks, add 4 setting triangles from a 9 3/4" square cut twice diagonally, and 4 corner triangles from two 5 1/4" squares cut once diagonally. Binding just takes two 2 1/2" strips cut from the width of fabric. Easy peasy.