Extremely long rows.
Many, many points. Points of extreme pointiness.
It's slow-going with this part.
And as if the rows weren't long enough, when I got them mostly assembled and all laid out,
I had a terrible thought. A truly terrible thought.
"Wouldn't it be great if this quilt was a little bigger?"
Or at least longer.
So I slid down the blocks at one end and opened up room for a row in the middle.
Yeah. I'm going to be a whole lot happier with that. (My granddaughter is tall. Not like tall-tall, but tall-for-our-family-tall.)Luckily I already had some already-assembled bits left over, and I've got a bunch of triangles and diamonds all cut and ready to go.
Easy peasy. Right? (Or should that be 'famous last words'?)
And since I've got scads of turquoise/aqua/blue-green all over the cutting table, I can carry on a bit with the June RSC color. Here's my Squared Away block,
and a Jacks and a Buckeye.
(Now I just need to figure out what others I've missed. Not to mention figuring out where I've put the blocks I've actually done. I'm sure they're in a perfectly safe place...)
And just for grins, and because I had green to play with anyway, I threw together another Jacks block.
You can never have too much green in your rainbow!
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