It was an easy quilt; simple 9-patch units and solid squares set on point. There were quarter-square triangles to set off the ends of each row, and half-square triangles to finish the four corners.
The amount of fabric required for this quilt, not counting backing or binding, was 4.2 yards total of light and dark scraps for the 9-Ps and for the solid (tone-on-tone) squares as the background. That is the amount I'm counting out of my stash though a small portion of that went back into scrap circulation as I'm a frugal cutter.
Here's the finished flimsy. It measures about 58 x 70. I laid it out on my living room floor and stood up on the sofa arm to take the photo.
Used This Week: 4.2 yards
Used Year to Date: 15.62 yards
Added This Week: 0 yards
Added Year to Date: 75.81 yards
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