The first photograph shows all six blocks, with close-ups of those blocks in the second and third photos. Remember, you can always click on each picture for a closer look, too!
There are sixteen half-square triangle squares in each block...eight 5" squares in the patterned fabric and eight 5" squares in the tan marbled fabric. These combinations will be used to create six 16" blocks in each pattern. That means I need forty eight 5" squares to do all the blocks in each pattern. I've used up eight for each of the blocks shown here, so I needed to count out forty more 5" squares for each colorway.
Bored to tears yet? Sorry. I know. I'm just doing the math.
I made sure that I counted out all the 5" squares before I quit working in the studio yesterday. All are now neatly stacked and waiting for me to go on to the next phase.
I've been taking chances posting this much. So far, Miss Snoopy Pants hasn't seen any of these images yet. I think I'll stop showing you what it looks like in progress now, and will save the next quilt update for when the quilt top is completed and ready to go over to Kathy over at Sandy's Quilt Shop. It's just safer that way. Don't you think?
Today is Election Day. I'm off to vote!