Just pulled this quilt out of the dryer and had to show it to you! I love it!! I wish it was big enough to fit on my bed, but alas it's 'only' a twin size. Seriously I don't know if I would have had the patience to cut out one. more. piece. back when I was cutting out all the ring pieces, so really a twin size is large enough!
I had it quilted by Chelsea of ChelseaQuilts and the blog Pins and Bobbins. I chose the Denyse Schmidt Scroll, which I'm so happy with! I can't tell you what a luxury it was to send away a top and a back and get it sent to me all quilted!
I'll talk more about my thoughts on this once I get my second one bound (yes, i sent her two quilts!)
One more thing you may notice about this Single Girl is that the rings don't touch, in fact they are quite far apart. Was that intentional? Well, partly! I never quite liked the rings touching, which is how I think the pattern would intend for them to do. So, when I made my template, I added an extra half inch on the outer edges, so that I'd have a bit of space between rings. And then when I sewed the blocks together, I forgot that the instructions call for a half inch seam to put the rings together! So I ended up with some more extra, since I'd only used 1/4" seams.
I'm not a bit sorry though, since I like the look of the individual circles.
Oh, and one more thing, you know that binding fabric I used? It's a yummy coral from Tula Pink's Saltwater line. I'm crazy about this print in all three colorways. Just in case you needed to know that:)