Sherry showed her vintage baby quilt and gave us an explanation about how it was made. It's a fun, quick quilt using 2 1/2" squares glued on top of a single piece of background material. The background has to be marked with a grid of 3" squares (with pencil or disappearing marker). Use spray adhesive to sandwich backing, batting and top. The 2 1/2" squares are then glued in the corner of each grid using a regular glue stick. Then stitch down 1/8" inch seam allowance down each row of squares. After that it's ready to bind!
Here are the recipes from Sherry's lunch: