On my design floor is the Cross Reference quilt I've repeatedly shown before (APQ Magazine April 2017). I trimmed the last five blocks to size and finally got to the layout portion of this process.
First go, with the rust blocks all lined up. Son Nick wanted the blocks to be random, after I sent him a photo, so switcheroo took place and a couple more swaps of the blue cross blocks.
I nearly gave myself a heart attack when sewing up the rows and laying them back down on the floor, thinking I was short a block! But then I realized I had to add a corner triangle. Thank goodness for cellphone pics documenting the layout to help with brainless moments. Once again, I will differ with the magazine's categorization of this as a "Beginner" quilt--there were 320 points to avoid cutting off while joining the rows in my smaller version than the magazine pattern. No WAY would I have attempted this as a beginner! As it was, I tried to keep the cut off points to below a third (cough). Next I'll need to cut the three borders and attach them. I've no firm ideas on how to quilt this yet, but they will come.
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