A few more Sunday afternoons & I had enough square blocks to make my quilt.
I sewed the blocks into rows & labeled them, then sewed the rows together.
After a lot of sewing & ironing the quilt top was put together.
I taped it right side down to the kitchen floor & sprayed it with 505 temporary spray adhesive.
I sandwiched some wadding between the quilt top & the backing - an old duvet cover that I cut up. It's upside down to most of the advise on the internet but it work for me.
Everything was pinned in place before I removed the tape and lifted it all from the floor. To finish off I quilted the large blocks by sewing over the existing seams and then turned the edge of the backing over to form a border.
My finished frugal quilt. It cost me less than £7.50. I only bought the wadding and some thread. Everything else was from my fabric stash.
Billy - doesn't help with the making but always approves of the finished item.