Here's what not to do in the summer.
Do not start making a flannel quilt.
I've had a pile of flannel sitting in my quilt room for months.
I started cutting rectangles that were 4 1/2 inchesby 6 1/2 inches.
Why that size?
It just worked with the scraps I had.
I sewed the rectangles together in strips.
And then connected the pieced strips together
The width of my sashing strips were based on the amount of fabric I had.
This pattern is based on the "Chinese Coins" pattern.
I had made a smaller version earlier this spring.
Be careful to line up the rectangles from
one row to the other.
It's one of the few times that I use pins.
Add some borders.
I'm not done yet.
I'm going to add some applique on the outside border.
Just to jazz it up a bit.
I'll show you later.
Warning: Do not attempt working with flannel in the summer
suffer from sudden flashes of intense heat.
It could be deadly!
Until Next Time-Kyle