I am having my usual fun with this but lapsing to what seems to be my favorite block as I can do it so many different ways. I won't get t his done this week but will have a good start on it.
I did still have a picture of the top in its previous incarnation!! Luckily I had used 3 1/2 inch strips for the stars so I just had to cut 10 of them down to 3 1/4 inches and then cut the rest in half for the background hexagons. I already like the new incarnation better but who couldn't like blue and green together with white -- very Monet Waterlilies, a color scheme I have used before in log cabin quilts.
Couldn't have a blog without a few nature pictures. This was a very small (maybe an inch wide) butterfly that I haven't identified yet. It demanded to have its picture taken.
This is the most prolific wildflower down here at the beach and they bloom all summer -- I think they are painted daisies and before too long, they will attract more butterflies.