Hello Everyone,

Are you up for a little more Batik Inspiration?? First, don't forget to enter my giveaway here, today is the last day!! Hurry!!

This next quilt I am going to show you was a kit that was given to me years ago by a friend. It was a laser cut kit from John Flynn Quilt Company. I had always admired the Wheel of Mystery pattern and this was a great opportunity to give it a try. Plus, I didn't have to cut these shapes. It was all ready to sew.

A great combination of light and dark batiks really make this particular pattern really show off the circular motion.

With the batiks being laser cut they went together relatively smoothly and with the points matching well to complete the curves.

This photo really does capture the batik circles really well. Although this quilt was done with tone on tone batiks, there is no reason that you can not use printed batiks or any other printed fabric you might like. Just remember to get a good enough mix of light and dark fabrics to show off those circles.

New Brandon Mably fabrics just into the shop, click here to see!

Giveaway results on Friday!!

Until Next Time...
Jackie Kunkel
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Jackie Kunkel

I am a quilter, online quilt shop owner, Nationally Certified Judy Niemeyer Instructor and Certified Shop, designer, author, podcaster, mother, and wife. I have been quilting since 1993 years and in business since August, 2000. I love networking and having fun doing anything quilty! Learn More…

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