It's only throw sized - about 60 x 60. And it is big chunks of fabric, so it's not as though it took forever!
Here's Crop Circles.
It's very basic, as stated. When quilted, most of the sections will have parallel lines - rows and furrows. However, a few lucky sections will have crop circles quilted onto them. It sounded like fun when I drew it out! So, we shall see!
Like Molten Glass, it's a very simple pattern. Dimensions are easy to work out, since it's all basic math. Now all I have to do is quilt it. And then, if I think it will work, turn it into a pattern as well. :) Build up my stock of patterns! (Get good drawings of crop circle designs to offer a variety of fancies!)
So, get in line, Crop Circles... at this rate, you have some time to wait!
And... because I said I would, here are pictures of the Weed Garden of Doom.... it's actually a lot better than it was. That bare area was all overgrown, too. I pulled up a lot of low-growing cedar of some sort, and lots of treelets. Now to tackle the monster in the middle! (We are intending to plant an herb garden here if we can conquer it).
And the Green Wall - the part that we tackled and removed trash trees from.... yeah, the driveway is still a bit messy. We're getting to it.
(Yes, that's the neighbor's roof. We're on a hill)
And the part we haven't gotten to yet.
This is turning into a very GREEN post... good thing I like green!
Enjoy yourselves, and hopefully I will have more to post soon!