This doesn't look like much of a quilt block. But, join a few together and the pattern emerges. This wasn't the placement I originally planned - a mistake in my sample block took me in a different direction. Each of the units at left have nine combinations, so you have to know 'who's your neighbor'? This isn't a quilt to work on while enjoying a glass of wine, but it's not really hard to keep straight. I'm over halfway done constructing the top. I've decided to do the original plan (inspired by an antique quilt from the Arkansas book posted about here) for the back with hst's finishing at 2.5". The top hst's finish at 2". I'm lovin' the chrome yellow!
Thanks to evening hours, I visited Thistle Bee Quilt Shoppe (featured in Quilt Sampler Fall/Winter 2011) in Goldsboro, NC - a great diversion from work. The shop is almost totally repro's and has great samples. Following are a few pics -
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