In all the random block-making, I have not forgotten that Village is my more pressing WIP. Just before we left for Florida I had begun putting rows together. Since I have only 95 blocks to work with (the pattern calls for 132), I need to figure out my setting plan for them. So far I have just sewn then into groups of two or three.
I need to sit down with graph paper and pencil to sketch out a plan. I am not opposed to leaving some wide open space next to a house if need be, nor am I opposed to buying more background fabric, as I think I might run out. The pattern does not call for borders, yet with my smaller version I will consider them.
Neighborhood-building does continue, therefore, just at a bit slower pace. Consultations with the zoning committee and the city engineer are ongoing. *grin* Here's a click-back to my introduction to Village.
Happy Quilting, Friends!