I've been going through my sewing supplies, sadly, I STRONGLY suspect that the manual to my beloved Freecycle zig zag sewing machine got thrown out. : ( Can't find it anywhere. Sigh. Meanwhile, I have straightened out my fabrics, grouped them together to see just what I have. I am getting ready for my first quilting project,and need some suggestions. I like the idea of making blocks and later sewing those together, to form the actual quilt. I have some batting to use as an insulator, an old, super soft, flannel sheet for a backing. Thread on hand. Great! So here are my pinks. Note the old skirt that I need to cut down.
Yellows also include the remains of a cut up sheet
So quilters, any tips on how to approach doing blocks (nothing too fancy, this is a get it done project)? I do have a cutting mat, rotary cutter and ruler.