Now I'm here:
I've added three more rosettes to the upper left side.
Wondering what connection the Wall Street Journal could possibly have to quilting? I used pages from the newspaper to make a template the size I want my finished quilt to be. My plan is for this quilt to be a wall hanging, to hang in a specific space in my house. This means it needs to be a little bit smaller than the original in the book with the directions so I need to make some modifications. I taped newspaper pages together to the size I want (roughly 40" by 55").
With the quilt on top of the newspaper template, I can see how much more work I need to do. Importantly, I can see where I need to insert partial rosettes along the edges to square up the flimsy. I don't want to piece a lot of rosettes only to wack off large parts of them.
I'll use rulers to square up the final top but this newspaper template is a big help in the meantime.