It started a year ago with the ships block inspired by Cspoonquilt's post:
Then, my neighbor gave me wild print scraps from her friend who sews for home decorating.
I added these to my fabrics and made the churn dash, the shoofly, and, now, pinwheels!
My method of cleaning up after projects (none) helps move on to each quilt as the fabric is all over the place already.
The simple blocks for these quilts go together quickly. I love the static solids holding the wild cacophony of the prints in check. Like thumbtacks.
I need 105 blocks for my planned set.
Thinking ahead, a framed nine-patch may come next.
The pinwheel is a 8 inch finished block. All cut from 2 1/2 inch strips.
Solid--four flying geese cut using Companion Angle ruler
Print--four rectangles cut 2 1/2 inches by 4 1/2 inches, 8 triangles cut with EZ Angle ruler