|October RSC butterfly block: pink|
I reached for the 60 degree triangle ruler for this one. The upper wings are just rows of little 2" tall triangles. The lower wings are a log cabin style block built around a triangle instead of a square. Looking at this one I wish I had played more with the lower wings in the rest of my butterflies. Not enough to want to remake any though!
I skipped the grey and neutral months, but I made two blue blocks so I now have nine butterflies. I had planned to make extra of some colours to bring the total to 12 but I have decided to just use the nine I have. I may remake the yellow one in stronger yellows though. I'll see how I feel once I make the setting locks and see how everything looks then. Here's the flutter:
|Nine RSC butterfly blocks|
I have enough background fabric but not enough green so this weekend I'm shifting to finishing up a few things.
- Lemoyne stars using various construction methods to decide which one to use in a pattern
- Binding the new and improved Jelly Bean Stars sample
- Adding borders to a new larger and "grown up" Starlight Wishes
- Not finishing up, but at least making progress hand quilting Chic Country
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