Bullseye Batik Quilt

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Cute dog on Bullseye quilt

It is always fun to be able to share a photo of Sadie sitting on a quilt. Of course, this involves Builder Bob getting her to lay on the quilt and then look at him behind me. It is always worth it though, isn’t she a cutie!

Bullseye Batik Quilt

22″ x 32″ (after washing)

Bullseye quilt

Last week I shared my tutorial for the batik Bullseye quilt and I couldn’t wait to put a few blocks together for a small quilt or this could be a table topper. The photo above actually shows the Bullseye quilt after it has been washed.

If you missed the tutorial, be sure to read the Batik Bulls Eye block tutorial and grab the free templates.

Bullseye quilt with 6 blocks
Bulls Eye quilt closeup

When you look at the next couple of photos you are seeing the quilt before it got washed. As I mentioned before, batiks are wonderful for raw-edge applique and the Bullseye circles.

I have a bunch of the circles and block backgrounds cut out and hopefully…….by this winter I’ll make a larger Bullseye quilt. Here is a closeup of one of the Bulls Eye quilt blocks before it was washed. All of the quilting was done with Aurifil thread, I am really liking the neutral color I have been using. Here is a closeup of the Bulls Eye block after it was washed.

Bulls eye quilt frayed

Remember that I just kind of eye-balled the placement of the circles. when I cut the Bulls Eye circles into quarters they were always perfect which works for me. Notice the center block in the bottom row…..just a little wonky.

Bullseye Blocks

This was a photo of the Bulls Eye blocks before they were sewn together and then quilted. Many of the batiks are from Island Batik. Thanks to everyone who entered my giveaway! The giveaway for the batik circles has ended and Susan G is the winner, congrats! I sent her an email.

My dad is still getting rehab and I’ll share more on that with you tomorrow. Hopefully, he will be home soon.

Bulls eye batik quilt
Kitchen Bulls Eye batik quilt

We seem to have quilted things everywhere in our house! I recently made some new curtains which might look old-fashioned but we still really like that look. We also installed blinds to cut down on the glare.


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  1. I liked the batik bullseye you made, but I think this more colorful version if the one I like most.
    Sadie looks like she’s going to start barking at any second in this picture.

  2. Thank you for sharing your beautiful quilts and tutorials and can’t forget to tell how cute Sadie is.

  3. Lori Smanski says:

    Sadie is so adorable. you are training her right, loving quits. love your quilt.

  4. That is a beautiful piece and Sadie is the perfect model for it.

  5. Sadie is quite the adorable little cutie. I have been thinking of you and your Dad and I am glad to hear he is getting rehab. Love this Batik Bulleyes Quilt/Table Topper. Enjoy Summer Sewing Dear…<3

  6. What a FUN little quilt!! I had wanted to make that pattern for ages and finally made it in miniature. My version is about 12″ square with 9 circular motifs. It was a pleasure to make. I’m sure you would agree.