I started making the jumbo granny squares pattern for RSC but then got tired of waiting and just sewed squares from my 2.5" box, does that ever happen to you? The best thing about piecing 18" finished blocks is it doesn't take very many to make a quilt top.
It didn't take long to sew these 12 blocks together using sashing and cornerstones. The yellow of the cornerstones was also used in all of the blocks, that was the only constant fabric in this quilt. The HST's were made with a variety of black fabrics.
The sashing fabric was fabrics left from older projects, even the outside sashing was utilized from the cut off backing of another quilt project.
The flimsy measures 62.5" by 82".
This quilt top will be donated to the comforter bash. The normal comforter bash won't be held this fall like I had thought it would. They're concerned about having 200 plus people in an indoor area knotting comforters. We don't want to turn this fun day into a covid super spreader situation and the number of cases in my county is rising again. This year they're asking local churches to spend time knotting these comforters. I need to find out who the contact person is from my church and get this and other comforter tops to them to be knotted. I'll sew the bindings for this and any other comforters they knot.
I'm going to be sewing more of my RSC projects into quilt tops, It's to get some of these projects finished!