Turkey Tracks: September 3, 2020
Sugaridoo QAL in August
I am caught up with my two Sugaridoo rows.
That’s a good thing as the 11th row will be released very soon now as we are now into September. (How did that happen so fast?)
The August row is either a 4-inch circle or an improv blob like an ink blot. Both would be fun, but I chose the circle since I was still hunting for a method to make a good BIG circle without needed a template/ruler to make the background fabric for the circle. This reverse appliqué method WORKS. And I tried it for a 12-inch big circle and it went beautifully. THANK YOU SUGARIDOO, Irene.
Here’s my Cotton+Steel version. The mushrooms are so darn cute—and the color is a good match for the rainbow/solid “emerald” color Sugaridoo chose for this spot. (See below.)
There are two more finished rows waiting for the two missing mystery rows that will come next—one on either end of this big piece.
Here’s the rainbow version: