Observations as I work along:
If you want a book with sewing instructions, this book is not for you, and if you like to know how much fabrics to use you will be lost too.
If you want to know how many setting blocks to make, the proof reader must have been more than ordinary absent minded.
The book says 16 setting blocks of one kind and 16 of another kind. We are talking 16 of one kind and no less than 48 blocks of the other kind – 32 blocks counted wrong………. hmmm.
The setting blocks do not look difficult, but it is a lot of cutting involved.
I have done the same “planning” as I did when I made Nearly Insane winter 2007/2008 – I have already booked this quilt for machine quilting.
32 more setting blocks than planned will force me to work a tad more intensive than I originally planned, but as these blocks are fun, it will be doable within the time frame.
It is fun to see how the pink fabrics and the red setting blocks fabric work together :-)