In this arrangement you make the same block, a 16 1/2" square, made up of one 10 1/2" x 6 1/2", one 10 1/2" x 10 1/2", and one 6 1/2" x 16 1/2". But this time you cut each block into four equal parts, and then mix and match the parts in a variety of ways. Five of the new blocks have a 4 x 4 in the center. They're a little hard to see in this picture.
The colours are all kind of "country," greyed blues, beiges, burgundies, etc. I needed to buy only three small pieces to fill out the quilt. I did use a few pieces from my stash, but most of them came from the recent gifting.
I had all the cutting finished before our town club met on Tuesday. That afternoon I sewed the blocks, cut then into quarters, and resewed them all. Thursday at our country quilting group I sewed them into rows. The little white squares are the row labels, to help keep everything in order.
This morning by about 7:30 I had started sewing the skinny edges on, and by 9:15 the rows were all together, and the quilt top halves were made.
The tops of both Turning Twenty quilts are in halves. I like to do the machine quilting while it's in halves, and then put the halves together and finish the quilting in the middle. Saves a lot of hassle.