Halfway to a quilt top

I’m off to the TSA today, so I don’t have much except for this week’s Aunt Grace blocks:

AG160

This group of blocks represents the halfway point for the number of blocks needed to piece my 1930s scrappy top, 323 to be exact. That’s a lot, but when your finished block size is 4½”, it takes piles of blocks for a decent sized quilt. The other half of the blocks for this quilt will have reproduction green corners.

Doesn’t look like much, does it?

Doesn’t look like much, does it?

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