A couple of years ago, I got myself hooked on squares. Among the results is a set of 5 sibling quilts - quiltuplets! - made up of 4" squares. Even beginners can do this. Here's #1.
Detail - easy freemotion designs repeated along the diagonal.
Detail:squeaked into QuiltCon.)
Below are some of the dozens of photos I took of my design wall when a bunch of them were in progress:
It's so much fun to explore color and value when you don't have to worry about complex piecing. Plus, if your stash isn't huge, you can use precuts - squares or strips - to maximize choices without having to buy a yard of each fabric. Start by sorting squares by color and value...
rhyming quilt; 25-36 square small gifts; 24-scrap postcards, a heavily embellished 10" 100-square backwards wallhanging; a 153-square backwards wallhanging and a 144 button wallhanging.