I know in Oct, the gals are planning to do tumbling blocks but I need help now. My Aunt has sent me a "kit". Not my colors. So I'm giving it back to her only put together.(I hope). This may have been what she was planning all along. This "kit" is from the early 90's and survived Katrina. She is 1 of 5 family members who lost everything. I helped another Aunt save some baby quilts which is why I think I ended up the the "kits". Blocks done (108). Rows done (12 rows of 9) with the partial blocks placed in the right areas. Have the diamonds for the top and bottom ready to place.There were no instructions except to check out a basic quilting book. My Singer Basic Quilting book in not very clear.
This is quilt #12 since June 1st, all to go to family members in Sept when I go to my Grandmother's 94th birthday. Only 4 more to go. Thank goodness. (My longarmer loves me.) There are two really neat things about all these quilts: 1) They all contain fabric from my stash and 2) each one will have a fabric from at least one of the other quilts even if it is a frame around the label. Even the tumbling blocks have some fabric from my stash. I had to replace some of one of the contrast colors, so I scattered them in and will use the same fabric as a border.