Peaceful Hours: Believe it or not, this is not the one I actually used a seam ripper on. Looking at the photo I see a few places where I probably should have (what happened to the gray point above her head?)! Made with Heather Ross Far, Far Away Volume I, Gray Leaves from Little Apples, and Fuschia Beads.
 Peace and Plenty: this was actually not as bad as it seemed for 32 little triangles. I paid no attention to fabric direction and sewed all 16 sets together by chain piecing. In Tufted Tweets and something aqua from Sherbet Pips, I think?
 Northern Lights: In prints from Heather Bailey. This one is pretty boring. But, on the plus side, everything lined up nicely without a seam ripper!
 Ozark Mape Leaf: in Paris Apartment green stripe and Venice in aqua. This would be the block keeping my seam ripper busy. Why? Who knows. Seemed straight forward enough, but on these little blocks a small error in cutting or a bit of stretch in those pieces sewn on the bias can be a disaster. It does not quite make a square. And I was really digging this block. Darn.
Which brings me to:
|"Huh? I'm not even on your project, Mom!"|
- Not all blocks are measuring 6.5".
- Not all blocks are flat.
- Some blocks are downright ugly.
- Not so sure I like sampler quilts.
- These blocks would make some very cool little projects without much extra effort.
- In the photo, they actually look better together than I feared.
- It would be a really interesting quilt to snuggle under and really look at all the blocks.
- What the heck else am I going to do with these blocks.
- I really want to continue making more. I definitely have learned a lot in this process.