At our last modern guild meeting, one of our members told us about PrintablePaper.net, where you can get all kinds of grids to use for drawing quilt designs. It’s a free resource and has many other options in addition to the grids. There’s even a printable car bingo. I know I’ll be using some of these.
As promised, here are a few of the quilts our retreat group made for Ronald McDonald house. Sorry they aren’t very square. Next time I’ll do better standing straight-on to the quilt when I take the pictures! Each is approximately 40″ square.
Have a good week!
Thanks for the link. I can see where those will come in very handy. The quilts are beautiful and such a good cause.
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What wonderful charity quilts! Thanks for the link for quilt design grids!
One of the books on tessellations suggested using grids to design them, so that’s an option, too.
Some children will have their day brightened by those lovelies. And thanks for the link; I’ve already printed off some 4-dots-to-the-inch pages to play on.
Look at the perspective grids too–I can envision many options!
Will do. Thanks.
Wonderful resources! Great collection of quilts for children!
Thanks! It’s always nice to hear from you 🙂