How did you make it through the storms?
Hoping you are all okay!
I have a child's coverlet that I love but the work is so faded, I can't get a good photo of it. Fortunately, I found it in an old Bucilla catalog I have:
At one time, I began tracing the pattern with the hope of remaking it myself. That way, I could omit the Ring Around the Rosie part. It's never been a favorite nursery rhyme of mine. Probably someone told me at an early age that it was written about the Black Plague.
There is a copy of the pattern on Ebay here. The ad says the coverlet derived in the 1930s. My catalog hasn't got a date so I'm not sure. Anyway... the faces are a bit different and I think I prefer the original. Here's one I found online that is in better shape, not embroidered but it was clearly a tinted piece:
I stumbled upon a western themed Ring Around the Rosie:
I still have a ton of novelty fabric left and decided to organize the patches that are already cut. Today I'll put together more four patches. This is an easy task but one that I am comfortable with for now. Later this week I'm hoping to cut and assemble a Patience Corners baby quilt. I've had the baby fabric for a long time and wasn't sure what I would do with it. During the weekend I saw a Patience Corners quilt and thought it would work well with the fabric. I haven't used that pattern for years so I think it will be fun.