I participated in the Summer Sampler 2019 hosted by Lee @ Freshly Pieced (and others), but I didn't finish all my blocks. The last block I made was #14. For Block #15, we needed to cut 16 concave and 16 convex pieces, all from templates. 😲 Needless to say, I procrastinated with that block...and then all the rest of the blocks.
I am sewing along with the Summer Sampler 2020 this year and decided to re-visit the 2019 version.
Block 16 - Twist and Turn
Technique: unusual angles
You'll notice that I skipped Block 15 -- still not ready to tackle the curved templates. I think it was at this point that I decided not to do the curved layout when piecing the blocks together.
Block 17 - Scattered
Technique: hexagons without y-seams
After the hexagons, the love for these blocks started to disappear.
Block 18 - Mission Beach
Technique: hourglass blocks
Block 21 used templates. Block 20 was half rectangle triangles and paper piecing. Block 19 makes flying geese -- 2.5 x 4.5 inch and 1.5 x 2.5 inch. So in the category of Life's Too Short, I decided I was done with this QAL. I had made 17 of the 21 blocks, so plenty to piece a quilt top.
So I'm off to add some sashing between the blocks and get them pieced into a top. Then I can consider this WIP complete and move it to my list of quilt tops that need to be quilted. 😉