Anyway, as I told you yesterday, I divided the 24 Lark prints into three groups (greenish, bluish and reddish) and added one solid into each group so I had three stacks of nine fabrics.
With each stack, I was able to make nine crazy blocks that each include a little piece of each of the nine fabrics (each print is in a different position in each block). Does that make sense?
Here is one of the reddish blocks:
This quilt is going to be loud and possibly obnoxious with all the colors/patterns. Maybe it would be good for a tween/teen? Maybe a tween/teen who lives in Maine and likes bright colors? Hit me up in the comments if you know of any such tweens/teens!