this estate sale three years ago.
(The sheet had covered seams at the edges and the fitted corners (nowadays the seams are just overlocked).)
The blocks are 5.5" unfinished. The flimsy is 60 x 65. When I can access the yardage part of my stash I'll choose a border.
Jane S. is a friend who has moved from her house to assisted living. The house sold (in two weeks!) and her children, who are my age, had an estate sale this weekend. I can't resist daisy stuff. (Jane did the little oil painting.) This week I read Marie Kondo's The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up (borrowed via ILL). Though I think many of her techniques aren't culturally relevant in the U.S. (she is Japanese), her basic premise of keeping only those things that bring joy has merit. The daisies do bring joy!
Also from Jane's sale: vintage tablecloth from Las Vegas, with a bag of dice inside the folds. Cloth and dice were $3.00. The tablecloth has never been used. It's from, hmmm, the 60's?, before the mega casinos.
This pretty floral tablecloth came from another estate sale. The label ("Simtex / made right in America") was still attached. Some stains but only $2.50.