I mixed up the rest of the pieces, then put them together. Since I have 20 blocks of each, and would really like 45, so the layout is 5X9 blocks, I'm doing this block again for Ruth's Block Exchange ... I know, I live on the edge.
I had some plans to do another block but I made one, and the next thing I knew, I had five done ... oops.
BE meets once a month, at yep, Ruth's house, January through September. Tomorrow's meeting will involve me complaining that someone has too many pieces in their block (not Linda though, she says her's is easy peasy). I think this is the tenth year that I've been involved in this exchange, and it's been going on longer than that.
I'm continually challenged to create something that hasn't been done before, use fabrics or a technique I haven't used in the past in this group. I'm sure this year will be no different.
The Block Exchangers is a great group of women to be around ... I always have tons of fun!
Next up: Tutorial for this block.