After several years owning "The Farmer's Wife Sampler Quilt" book but not making the blocks, I have been seduced into joining Izazette's group by the thought of a lovely quilt made all of such small parts. The EQ BOM this year was 6" blocks and showed me that I can sew accurately enough to do them. I'll be starting the quilt in January. In preparation I've been thumbing through the book looking at the blocks. One, I have to admit, stopped me cold:
I have found several other instances that give me pause. The author is fond of 5 x 5 blocks, which are difficult to parse out of a 6" square, and require cutting on 1/16" intervals that is often not very accurate. And she really seems to love those bias diagonal seams. This is going to be an accuracy workout.