So naturally I made two more this week, bringing my four week total up to seven, with a week still left in the month. At this rate, I'll end up with enough piglets to make a quilt big enough to cover the house.
Eh. I'll worry about it in October. Or August if the piglet stack is too high.
Though there may be some cross-contamination between Piglet Fever and Kaleidoscope Flu. Because the kaleidoscope blocks seem to be piling up, too.
That's three more for My Other Kaleidoscope, bringing that total to seven as well.
It has belatedly occurred to me that I might be enjoying these blocks just because they're blue and purple, which is a color combination I've always liked. Possibly I'm just making a blue and purple kaleidoscope quilt. I'll know better a few more colors down the road. (Note to self: vacuum the design
The centers of these blocks are a real clusterfluffle. Too many seams with too many seam allowances colliding in one small spot. Some blocks manage the meet-up better than others. On a couple, I farted around, ripping the seam and resewing (some blocks more than once), and found that the centers turned out pretty much the same, whether I farted or not.
So, know what? I don't care any more. If they're too bad, I can always color in the center with a Sharpie...
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