The TUBA is the lowest and youngest member of the brass family of instruments. If you were to uncoil all that metal you would end up with 12 to 18 feet of tubing! The length and increasing diameter of the tubing gives the instrument the low, rich sound.
The tuba provides the "oom-pah" sound in classic marches. They are used in orchestras, bands, and were even used in big bands/dance bands until it was replaced by the string or electric bass.
These are paper patterns for applique, embroidery, or other art projects. Each pattern purchased contains three regular, instructional pages (8.5 x 11 inches) plus one over-sized pattern page (16 x 16 inches) for the making of one block that will finish 15 x 15 inches square.