When attending quilt shows or looking through magazines, I’m amazed at the work that goes into many quilts I see. I don’t always do the simplest of quilts but I definitely don’t do hard quilts. Tiny pieces . . not in my quilts! What can be more simple than a snowball quilt?
For me, a snowball quilt isn’t as simple as you might think. I use the little flip corner method and I have the hardest time getting everything to line up when I put the blocks together. I’d like to put a plain square between them . . that would help! Can’t do that though.
The Lee’s Summit Quilt Guild uses snowballs for their donation quilts and they have a color each month. March is actually children’s prints but I have none of those so I’m using green, a color from a previous month. April is pink so I think I’ll do one for a previous month and one for a future month.
Putting these blocks together should be a piece of cake, if I can just get all those seams to line up right. And, it’s all from the stash!