Next came instructions to make a specific number of blocks, for example 8 HST blocks, 4 log cabins, 8 LC variations. Once the blocks were made, we were told to put them together in a quilt. What? Without a pattern? That was the point of the challenge. We were not given a pattern for what the full quilt was to look like. Here is the first setting that I came up with.
When pieced together, the quilt was not quite big enough for a lap quilt. I added a Delectable Mountains border to this one making it just big enough to cuddle under when reading a good book.
That was fun. I chose different fabrics and tried it again. Here is the second group of fabric.
So why was this so much fun? Well here is the second quilt I put together using the same blocks, but different placement.
See how different they look? Same pieces different outcome.
Oh... Here is the first one with the additional border added.