Ok...I wasn't going to start one more darned thing but there are some enablers out there in blog land.
And that is how I ended up with my I'm-going-to-try-four-blocks-to-see-if-I-like-them Glitter blocks.
The enabler was Gayle who surprised me with a set of her homemade Glitter templates. What a treasure! They work perfectly. Thanks, Gayle!
Quilt pattern/instructions may be found in Jen Kingwell's book Quilt Lovely. I have several things to make bookmarked in there!
And, believe it or not, I actually cut into some yardage and didn't use scraps to make those Glitter blocks (they take weird sized cuts). So while I was at it I cut the same fabrics to make another Vintage Spin quilt. I gave my other one away. That was difficult to do because I loved my Vintage Spin but there was a special reason the receiver got that quilt. I told myself I could always make another Vintage Spin for me. And so I am. I'm not sure I like what I'm using for the centers on this one but I think that's what the center will be because I don't see anything else laying around here right now that I like or have enough of and I don't want to buy any fabric unless absolutely necessary. I want to use what I have in 2017 (and to infinity).
If you want to make your own instructions and template are in Kathy Doughty's book Adding Layers: Color, Design and Imagination