I haven't managed to find time to pin-baste the next couple of tops, so I pulled out a "leader and ender" project that I designed on EQ7 a while ago.
I began with 4-patch blocks that I had made with my 2 inch squares of scraps. Then put four 4-patch blocks together to make a 16 patch block.
For the alternate block, I decided on a pinwheel made of 4 half-square triangle blocks (or triangle square blocks). Love the assembly line sewing!
I am using a consistant light fabric for the pinwheels and the pieced borders that I have planned. I chose fabric from my floral stash to make all the pinwheels.
The quilt center is almost stitched together, again - assembly line piecing, and I have the first border prepared and ready to sew, as soon as I press all the seams....
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