So it's started. The 1930's Farmer's Wife QAL. And this is the first block. They are starting us off easy so even beginning quilters can grow their skills. Me, I'm the crazy one and doing it in two different styles of fabrics.
This block is done in more 'traditional' fabrics and I foundation paper pieced it. Only to realize my 'inch' scale on all the 99 blocks I copied off is just a hair off. Hmmmmm..... So either I am going to have to deal and realize my blocks will be 5.5 inches finished or I am going to have to reprint all the pages as I go along. Decisions, decisions.
But I think my favorite is going to be my black and white version. Not only is it sharp looking (to me, at least), but if you look at the black with the stars - where the two blocks come together - I cut completely by accident and it pieced as a whole star. But what a difference fabric choice makes.
Overall, I am really pleased with how this block turned out. They are now safely in their little protective sleeve and I will do the second block for the week today. It's also fairly straight forward with regard to being squares and rectangles, so I will probably cut my fabrics the 'true' size. Or maybe do FPP on the traditional fabric and correct size on the black and white one. Interesting, isn't it.