My sister-in-law likes "brown and sage green." Well, if you've bought fabric in the last 25 years, you know sage green is no longer available in fabric!
So I found this kit at Laughing Ladies Quilting in Berthoud, Colorado:
I'm substituting a green print in the blocks that have red in the kit. It isn't "sage" green, but it's as close as I could find.
I already have the "Magic Triangles" and the four patches made. Go here for my tutorial on Sally Schnieder's Magic Triangle tool. Because the split half-square triangles must all "spin" in the same direction, there is no "speedy" way to make them. I am using my Bloc_Loc half square triangle ruler to square them up, though. Two blocks down, only 23 to go!
Linking up to WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced.
Come back tomorrow for the latest Knitting Report -- I have some new Hats for Sailors to show you!