For the class we were instructed to bring 24 fat quarters of fabric of varying tones. And that was it! (A fat quarter = a quarter of a yard of fabric more or less.) Now, I'm a thinker - an analyzer. I like to stare at fabric that I've pulled for a project for several weeks before I cut it. No time for that this time though! I pulled this for the class...
I didn't love the fact that the project was a mystery, but I have to say that I really enjoyed seeing how these blocks were constructed, and I really like the pattern. I very rarely make a pattern twice, but I am tempted with this one.
This is another quilt that finishes around 48" square. (My third quilt in a row finishing at that sort-of off size). This quilt is headed for my quilt-stash at home. I like how it turned out, but wish that I had had more green fabrics and would have been able to make it bigger. Alas, I did not have more greens at the retreat (nor did the pop-up shop), so this is the resulting size. There's still lots to love here!
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