I didn't have enough of the grey sashing to do the setting triangles and corner triangles but I did have a few different pieces of that blue that were big enough for the 4 squares at 20 inches and the 2 squares for the corner triangles. It is a scrappy quilt so I had to pull from stash! I do like how it is turning out. The sashing really calmed it down from too busy and the blue just frames it well I think. Emily took one look and said ' I really like this one Mom'. Sigh... and there it goes! I'll have to see what size it is and try and make it a twin size for her bed I guess.
The reason I had to keep putting all the blocks back down on the floor was these two kept play fighting on it and messing up all my blocks! I had to do a bit of unpicking to figure out how to get this one together so that it has all the grey sashings on with the setting triangles. I am down to the long seams.... and it was a good place to stop for the night. I hate long seam sewing! I'll pick this one up on Sunday with a fresh outlook. Tomorrow - I'm taking the kids to the Orlando Science Museum. I just hope my foot holds up - I seem to have pulled whatever I did last year and that time it took 12 PT sessions to resolve with lots of rest.
Linking up with the RSC Challenge (Hopefully Angela will continue this in 2020 - I have a plan for next year already!), and Oh Scrap. If you'd like to see my recap post you will find it here.