My teen-aged friend Miranda asked if I'd help her to make a baby quilt.
I offered 2 pattern options, and she chose the disappearing 9-patch. After a trip to the fabric store and some time cutting 6 inch squares, we had a few lovely 9-patches.
Which I cut into quarters, rearranged, and had her sew back together. We are both pleased with the result.
Unfortunately, I had some math errors and ended up with double the fabric needed. Looks like I'll be sewing a bonus quilt for her with the leftovers as an apology for making her buy more than necessary. (Although my guilt is mitigated by the fact that my coupons and stash fabrics had already cut the cost in half.)