"Misty" was inspired by this quilt from the Wonkyworld blog featuring vintage quilts found on eBay.
1. Choose some blue/gray/neutral solids or prints like the ones in this quilt. (A little mauve or red is nice too. I see a little plaid and some shirtings in there too. You are the boss.) Use one or more darker fabrics, and one or more lighter fabrics.
2, Cut rectangles 6.5" long x 1.5" wide.
3, Sew them together as shown, in a dark, light, dark, light arrangement.
4. Press all the seams to one side. Trim so that your block is 6" x about 12" or so.
This will make a nice quilt for a chilly day at the beach!
Spring is finally here and green is looking very good!
Let's whip up some 6" green improvisational squares.
These blocks might be set in a checkerboard pattern with white squares for a modern look, or with black and white sashing, or just sewn right next to each other. The winner will have an awesome spring quilt in no time flat!
Use a 6" square plastic ruler (5 1/2" finished size) and some (mostly) green scraps.
Keep adding scraps, willy nilly, until your piece is bigger than your 6" ruler. Trim.
I bet you can't make just one. And you enter your name in the drawing once for each block that you make. Happy quilting!