In the 1980s, both my Quilt Guild and my Wearable Arts group made quilts as a Community Service project for two different nursing homes. These are very simple to make since there is no need to match points. I spent nearly one hour trying to locate this pattern and think you will enjoy this one. It is a good size for those in wheelchairs. Sorry I don't have a picture, but I think you will understand the directions.
Quick Brick Quilt
Each quilt will be 5 1/2 bricks wide
http://olivejuiceco.typepad.com/my_w...ed_eggies.html Little fabric easter eggs
http://www.fatcatpatterns.com/images...08_Eggbert.pdf Little chicks to sew
http://www.skiptomylou.org/2009/02/1...ique-monograms Letters Monagrams for applique
http://www.needlenthread.com/videos Embroidery to check out
Okay, I couldn't wait until evening. It's my lunchtime; so, I took some pictures since it was faster than trying to figure out where my post is located. Singer Class 66 bobbins have a curve to them while Singer Class 15 bobbins are flat. The newer metal bobbins that are sold don't always work correctly since they are poorly made. They are either warped or the center moves around so that you can't wind them. Plus, some sit higher in the bobbin area, so they will not work well either. Look for vintage