I only needed 12 jumbo granny square blocks to make a finished 63" by 81" flimsy for the comforter bash held in November.
I started cleaning up the leftovers from piecing this flimsy then wondered what a four block crib quilt would look like. I certainly have plenty of fabrics for a crib quilt. But I've had enough crib quilt sewing lately, time to move onto a different project.
There are 2 blocks that had all the corners turned the wrong way. After I had the flimsy sewn together, I found another HST turned wrong. I'm not going to change them, finished is better than perfect.
Someone asked me in comments if you can strip piece these blocks. I don't see why you couldn't but since I was using squares already cut I didn't. Strip piecing would be perfect if your blocks were all going to be the same fabrics or if you have enough strips of the same values.
The pattern for jumbo granny squares is here.
I'm adding a bunch of flower pictures I took in April. Spring flowers are so special after a long gray winter with no color.
This picture shows you some Dutchman Breeches and flowering myrtle.
These are small daffodils that came from the farmer's grandmother's farm many years ago. The flowers are smaller than other daffodils.
Jack in the Pulpit
Yellow daffodils blooming on the north side of my house.
More daffodils, it's nice to have a variety of colors.