Monday, August 20, 2018

Fabulous Freebie Kickoff!

I'm joining in on another fun blog hop today, Fabulous Freebies, hosted by Joan at MooseStash Quilting.




This hop is a bit different - it's all about sharing your favorite "free" online pattern. Having just finished Saxon, an improv scrap circle quilt with included block tutorial, I'm a bit obsessed with circles.

So, my "free" online pattern to share is another circle quilt found at C&T Publishing called Balance Quilt,


Balance quilt by Becky Goldsmith

created by Becky Goldsmith. Using a beautiful color scheme, and a few scraps, she's created an awesome quilt!

For this, she used a tool she designed which makes many different sizes of circles, the Essential Circle Tool (affiliate link), and is one of many Fast2Mark tools. 


Essential Circle Tool

That looks pretty useful, doesn't it?

If you're infatuated with circles too, give Saxon or the Balance Quilt pattern a try - they're both free! 

For the rest of the week, be sure to check out the other "free" patterns featured on the Fabulous Freebie hop:


Monday August 20

Tuesday August 21

Wednesday August 22

Thursday August 23

Friday August 24

Enjoy the hop!



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22 comments:

  1. Really nice circle quilt! And that circle tool looks very useful; I'm always using circles of one size or another.

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  2. That's a very cool quilt!! Thanks for sharing! xx

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  3. I got that circle "tool" last trip and have not had a chance to use it yet - I'm sure I will be using it a lot. Neat quilt

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  4. Beautiful quilt! Carol Swift had circles too--maybe I'd better get that ruler. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. Neat quilt, Susan! I do like that circle tool also!! Thanks for sharing the free pattern!

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  6. That is a stunning quilt. Both the bold pattern and the use of the bright colors. Love it, and thanks for sharing it with us.

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  7. You and Carol are on the same page today with circles. I love both hers and yours. I have different circle templates that would work just as well. I like the stripe lines too.

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  8. I love circles, too! This is a cute way to use them in a quilt and the fabrics are perfect for it. Thanks for sharing!

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  9. I LOVE your circles. I have not heard of the circle tool before.

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  10. Balance is beautiful. I strive for it every yoga class and fail every time :-) Thank you for sharing the freebies!!!

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  11. Your quilt is very pretty from the pattern to the color choices to the quilting!! I'll have to check that circle tool and add this pattern to my list to make. Thanks for sharing.

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  12. I guess I didn't read close enough. I found out that picture is not of your quilt but the pattern. It still is lovely and I downloaded and saved it so I could try it. And I still thank you for sharing your favorite pattern.

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  13. That circle quilt is so cute. Yep, I do love circles but find them a bit difficult. I'll be checking out the pattern and the circle tool set, too. Thanks.

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  14. Great quilt! Reminds me of lollipops. Beautiful choice of fabrics. I will definitely check out that circle tool. What a time saver!

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  15. Great way to use the drunkards path block, and I love the strips of fabric going down and around the circles as they do. Great project. thank you.

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  16. Love those circle quilts. I really like the way the circles look like balls hanging in the air. Thanks.

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  17. I love it, and have to admit the first think that ran thru my mind was the munchkins lollipop guild song! What a fabulous freebie and blast to the past. I think I'm going to have to make this for sure. Wonder if I can find Wizard of Oz fabric now???? Thank you for a great online find!

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  18. That's a fun circle quilt. Super cute.

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  19. Thanks for the heads up on this pattern... definitely a keeper. Will we be seeing one of these made by you soon, or are you all done with circles after Saxon?

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  20. Your quilt is beautiful and I love the colors. Thanks for sharing.

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