And I've got a bunch more triangles cut and standing by, because these are too easy to throw together.
It occurs to me that the only way I'm going to get this particular squirrel under control is to just make a small quilt and declare myself done. (Shhhh. It could work.)
I started assembling groups of four hourglass units with center squares of dotted b/w prints, just to see what they would look like, then laid them out on a light background.
There are two distinct ways of setting these little blocks -
and (rotated 45 degrees) this way.
Cathy (the one who set me off on this squirrel chase) is making hers like in the second photo, in what's basically an Ohio Star block. I'm undecided which way to go.
Clearly, I need to make more blocks. You know, just so I can make an informed decision.
I did manage to tear myself away from the potato chips long enough to make a couple of Squared Away blocks for the RSC2018 sampler.
With all the 2" squares and triangles I'm cutting for Totally Demented, it was easy to pull some bits together for these blocks. (I'm doing the 7.5" size blocks, which in hindsight was a very sound plan!)
I still lack the pink Squared Away block, because I missed it along the way, but once I get that done I'll be all caught up. I've loved each and every one of the blocks we've made so far this year, and I'm looking forward to seeing what's next!
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