I bought some fabric on a whim the other day. I didn't need it! But, it was such a cute little stack of 5 in squares that I did anyway. Last week I decided to jump in and use it. So I looked in my Schnibbles to find a pattern :).
The Roundabout sounded the best for what I had. It actually called for 50 squares and I only had 40, but I decided I would just make it a little smaller.
I didn't cut my squares down quite as much as it called for so that I wasn't wasting as much fabric. Then I sewed together the cut off, throw away triangles and kept them. I just can't seem to throw away those triangles for any quilt.
In the end I had 21 blocks for the quilt. I used the squares to make flying geese and added a row to widen the quilt. It kind of breaks up the repetitive roundabouts.
I machine-quilted in the ditch and I love how this wee, little baby quilt turned out :)
I put the extra block and flying geese on the back.
It measures in at 26 in by 30 in.