I've only worked on one of the blocks so far, and am really happy with the way it's coming along. Marking so many curves has convinced me I need to get myself some acrylic curves. I'd considered getting a couple of sets in different sizes at AMQF, but not being a longarmer, I won't be able to use the rulers in the same way; for me they'll just be marking tools. But it will be much easier to have a selection of suitable curves to work with. For this quilt I needed a large-radius curve - but I was rather limited for choice among general household items, as even my largest platters weren't large enough. The one I found is a glass table topper (about 22in across), which is more than a little unwieldy, especially when most of the time I only need a short length! I did actually make myself a small template using template plastic, but I think proper acrylic rulers with guidelines etc. will be better - and of course give me more choice.
There's still some more to add to this block before moving onto the next one; some feathering on the outside of the curved pebbled lines on the tan shapes.
(from the back)
I hadn't planned to fill the inside space on the tan shapes, but it's looking as though it will need something; probably a small shape echoing the curved lines filled with pebbling.