The blocks are together! I didn't have enough feed sack scraps to make any more than this. So, here it is, hanging up on the wall.
Here is the back ...
And here is a close-up of one of those 12 seam intersections that I was whining about earlier.
After I finish pulling the rest of the paper off, I have a solid red that I am thinking about using as a border and also a WHOLE feed sack that is a white, blue, and red print that would be nice for an outer border.
I'm continuing to hand quilt the four-patch kaleidoscope quilt. I'm using masking tape to mark the straight lines criss-crossing each four-patch block. The little yellow blocks each have a simple four petal stencil design that will barely show up in the long run.
What else? I sold my store sample of the Windmills quilt (Cotton Fields original pattern), so this week I cut out another one. This is the original sample, the new one is bright yellow, green and brown.
It's a simple design, so I can probably get it put together over the weekend. I also just machine quilted a selvage table topper (another something-or-other that had been waiting around for a while). As soon as it's binding is finished, it will be ready to show off, too.