Since I have 2 large quilts I'm working on, I decided to spend my extra time one week on one of the quilts and then the next week do the other. Just keep alternating like that. Last week I worked on my Ode to the Thirties quilt and got quite a few squares done.
I missed the August meeting in my guild, due to vacation, so I did that square on my own. It's a 12" square and was pretty easy to construct.
This was also an easy one with the larger half square triangle and the 4 patches. The rest of these are all 9" squares.
This one was more difficult. I did all my cutting for all these squares first. I just zipped along according to the directions on the packet. I tend to like making my flying geese the Eleanor Burns method, but I cut without looking at the square, so I pieced these flying geese like half square triangles, It wasn't so easy to get them right. I'm starting to look at my square before I cut to see if I want to do something different.
I love applique and this flower basket was very fun to do.
I enjoy the yellow look of this square, so bright and cheery.
This one I would normally have paper pieced, but I ended up just sewing the half squares together. It worked out great with less fuss.