I taught the disappearing 4 patch made famous by the Missouri Star Quilt Company in both the magazine and YouTube. My mother had seen the quilt in the magazine and when I was contemplating what to teach at retreat, she told me about this quilt over the phone. She did such a great job describing it, that I was able to make a couple of blocks that night. Then I went on YouTube and saw the video and confirmed I was right on track. My first one was made with only 50 print and 50 background blocks, because that is all the background fabric I had. The print squares were from my box of 5" squares. I added about a 10" border to make it much larger.
This smaller one is made with 6" squares and fabric cut off from a couple of quilts I had quilted this summer and some orange I ran across while cleaning out a box.
The pictures I took this weekend are still on my camera and I haven't been home long enough to get them downloaded. Hopefully I can do that this evening. I am not sure how many I have, I was busy, busy, busy at the retreat and don't remember taking a ton of photos. We had one person there and I may have to get her to send me some pics for the blog.