Since I don't like handwork, I wanted to do the Hunter's Moon using my new favorite technique of folding fabric back to make curves. I mapped out what I was going to do and it seemed like a solid plan. I couldn't wait to get home & start working on it!
I guess it's a good thing that I like to do a practice run on some old stash fabric before I do the real thing. (sometimes it yields a second quilt by doing that!) I think if I had done it as a larger block, it would have worked, or maybe I have to practice more than once?
As you can see, it's not really curvy or symmetrical. I may try it again, before I resort to going the more traditional route for this block.
I also practiced my Pinwheels Gone Awry:
I will still be doing it in my color choice, which I think is going to be from my vast stash of batiks. If I keep doing my practice blocks, I WILL have a second quilt (or many baby ones) before I am done!
They don't look too bad next to each other.
So, on we go!