Did I tell you I joined the Doll Quilt Swap again? Well, I did. It was so much fun the other times that I had to play again.
I recently purchased the book, 501 Rotary Cut Quilt Blocks by Judy Hopkins. It has cutting directions for SIX sizes of each block. I thought this would make it easy for me to branch out and try some different quilt blocks without doing any math to figure out what size to cut all the different pieces for different size blocks.
I have been flipping through it and finding lots of new designs that I want to try.
The doll quilt seemed like the perfect opportunity to try something from my growing list. I jumped in and started cutting pieces for the light house block. It's a doll quilt so small blocks would make sense, right? I cut for the smallest size - 6.25 finished.
It is a bit of work but I am pretty much smitten. I love the small scale of the pieces and can hardly wait to get four of these done and have four of those tiny little corner triangles meet each other.
How many of these would I need to make for a queen size quilt?