#4....I think this one is my favorite so far. Lots of red; and I love red!
#5....I love the placement of the flower on my basket.
#6....I like this block. It's kinda dainty and I love adding my red/white check here.
#7...This one bothered me. The stems look like they are behind the bowl and not "in" it, but I guess that is my perfectionism at work. I followed the pattern AND I love all the cherries and even that some of them aren't ripe (thus the green ones).
#8...This one was kind of boring to work on. I think it was because I was doing the same thing in all four corners. Lot of pieces. If I had it to do over again, I would place some of my reds in different positions. I had numbered my pieces and then laid out the fabrics according to numbers rather than their actual placement. Oh well.
#9...When you are trying to pretty much stick with one line of fabric, I found it hard to find a really good fabric for the bird, but I tried with this particular French General fabric to make the bird look as if he had feathers.
#10...I like this block. Maybe it is because of the big cherries. Kind of a simple block, but I could almost see a whole quilt done up in this one.
#11...I like the bowl, but the rest of the block is a little too sparse for me. The one thing I did do with this block though is to use a woven fabric for the background. I hope I didn't make a mistake by doing that. It is much heavier than the rest of the backgrounds, but I really wanted that red dot. There will be one more block with this fabric somewhere down the line
# 12.....wow, this one was a doozy. Lots of little fingerlings. Those hairpin turns were time consuming. I like the block but am glad I don't have to make more of them.
Well, I hope I didn't bore you too much. I am caught up now. So, I am off to start block #13.