I've finished four more Blind Man's Fancy blocks.
Since I'm using rose and tea themed fabrics my quilt is named Blind Man's Fancy Tea in the Rose Garden.
Just an fyi on my process for those who are interested in that stuff- I usually make these four blocks at a time and they take a lot of time because the pieces are cut weird sizes. I usually don't pull all fabrics for a quilt ahead of time- for this one I just want to use tea and rose fabrics I have on hand. I usually don't even pull all the fabrics for a block but pull as I go. I also cut pieces as I go and don't cut all pieces for a quilt or a block ahead of time. So...I start with fussy cutting four center squares. Then I figure out what to surround them with and cut those fabrics and add them on. Then I decide on the little HST fabrics (that finish at 1 13/16th of an inch)...and so on. I try to keep the same value in mind when cutting fabrics but am not always successful. I usually don't lay blocks out on the floor to see how they all look together and usually just sew them together randomly into a top when all blocks are finished. I say USUALLY but there are exceptions to every USUALLY.
My blocks finish at 15 inches using Beth Donaldson's online pattern.
fyi - I noticed there's also an 18 inch version in the book History Repeated.
The deer and beetles are devouring my roses this year (and other fruit and flowers) but I did manage to get a few photos of some of my roses before they were completely gone.
I love roses!
And so, I guess, do deer and beetles!