As usual, the kit contained 6.5" print squares, 3.5" strips to construct 4-patches with, plus border fabrics. I decided to add some scraps of my own to change up the basic kit.
I dug around in my 2.5" scrap bin for black prints and cut squares. Since the airplane print is directional with a lot of repeats, I thought the addition of the corner triangles would add a nice framing effect. Want to help bring cheer to cancer patients? Order a kit from Quilts for Kids! They come with precut pieces for the top along with backing and a label. Just add batting and binding. They are small with easy patterns. I enjoyed putting together one last year and ordered another free kit. Now to get it finished and sent off!