It seems like I've been working on this kaleidoscope project forever! For the past two days, I've been stitching the corner units to the blocks and pressing the seams. I just finished laying the blocks back in order, making sure that the corner units match. Here's a small area of the quilt centre.....
When all the blocks are stitched together, the corners will form a secondary pattern. I still haven't decided how I'm going to make the final border(s). I always try to use some of the original fabric in the border, but it would be fun to add more kaleidoscoping blocks too.
You can see all the pieces of masking tape that DH added to mark the columns and rows - this would have been impossible to organize without the markings.
My project was inspired by one in the second Stack n Whack Quilt book by Bethany Reynolds, but instead of 9 blocks, I made 30!
Hopefully the piecing will go quickly from now on and I can play with some different border ideas.
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