I'm even far enough away from it now to be tempted to make more flying geese. When I'm making a quilt with blocks, by the time I finish I am always like - "Okay, never gonna make a half-square triangle ever again." But that never lasts. I'm sure I can't be alone in that.
Speaking of half-square triangles, here is the quilt I was making earlier this summer for my sister's 50th birthday. Which was September 7. Obviously that didn't happen. I actually started it in a pretty timely manner but got stuck at this point when I spread it out on my bed and decided that the pinwheels were too big. Gah. Why is my quilt confidence so elusive lately? Part of me wants to rip it all apart and trim down the pinwheel square by an inch or so and then sew it all back together again. Which is crazypants. I've folded it up and stashed in my closet for now, hoping absence will make the heart grow fonder. Maybe when I dig it back out in a month I will look at it and wonder what my problem was. Fingers crossed.