The blocks are on point so I will need setting triangles for the edges. I'm planning to continue the secondary design out further, so the squares extend beyond the stars. But this will give you an idea of my intent.
Here's a close-up that shows how the design is formed. From a distance, the small brown squares look like sashing but they are actually made up of four-patch blocks in the corners of the setting squares.
You may also have noticed that my second-generation design wall is not working as well as the first did. It is less cumbersome and less of an eyesore, but not quite as functional. It has a tendency to shed its blocks and that won't do! I may soon be working on design wall 3.0.
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