I think I must be mad. I decided that I just couldn't give away the quilt with the modified palm blocks. There was just so much work involved. And I loved the result. So I've decided to keep it for myself - and more than double the size! What can I be thinking?
Fortunately, thanks to a few tips, I finally decided to investigate the possibility of soluble foundations. I'd often though such a thing would be handy, but never thought to see if it existed. Of course, it does! It's rather more expensive, but will be so worth it! I have an envelope-full on the way.
But that meant I needed to quickly get on to a replacement design. Here's the block I chose - It's a basic block, but I've given it a completely different look with creative colouring:
Oh, dear! It's also foundation-pieced! And it has 29 pieces. And I still need 16 of them. And it has lots of points. And I can't wait until the soluble stuff arrives!
Ah, well. 29 is better than 38 - isn't it? And the points aren't quite so sharp, are they?
Most of the 464 pieces are cut, the foundations are printed....