When I first saw the sketch for this, I assumed it would be similar to a bento block, borders around a square that you then quarter and sew together again in a different arrangement. It doesn't look that way here though (nothing wrong with that, no negativity here, promise). I'm wondering, because you were worried about people perhaps not having enough greens, if you could get the maths to work out, might it be easier to just set bento blocks with custom measurements as bee blocks?
cedacanthus well the sketch is essentially a bento box block (just always two on the diagonal turned by 180°)... I just din't really liek the proportions of 1 2 and decided to go for 1 1.
The rest of your question - see your inbox.
You are probably going to groan at me because you were quite explicit in your instructions about what constitutes a green fabric, but I have a fabric that is 98% green and has just a smattering of small pink dots, is that acceptable, I can post a picture if that helps
Finished my blocks today! Didn't really have many greens in my stash, but I think the ones I used are OK? Also did a signature block using the link you posted, so I'll try and get those mailed off today or tomorrow. I just hope these don't get lost like my star block ~ fingers crossed!
I added a picture for you to decide
they look great all together !
They all look fabulous together :)