65 herringbone blocks finished, finally! Next step is to agonize over the layout then sew them together. This quilt won't have borders.
To refresh your memory (it's been a while since I started this project), I am making a quilt called Pattern Play, from the June 2104 issue of American Patchwork and Quilting magazine. It will look like the quilt below, except I used a different color palette for my version.
I found the directions in the magazine to be exceptionally clear and complete. The blocks are made out of rectangles, then trimmed down to size. There is a fair amount of waste but they go together pretty easily. Importantly, there are very clear trimming instructions for the blocks, with photos. Trimming was a breeze. Regulars here have been treated in the past to my rants on vague trimming instructions! But quite the opposite case this time.
Thank you, APQ!