I finished the body of my STARS quilt-along quilt, but still need to decide on and add borders. I'm debating about making a wonky strip-pieced border, but I'll probably just add a narrow and wider border as the pattern calls for if I have enough of any one fabric.
Farmer's Wife Quilt block #46: Hill and Valley. Fairly easy except for the small squares at the hilltops: their finished measurement is the square root of 2 (1.41) = 1 3/8" (generous), so they were cut 1 7/8" (generous). The other triangles are HSTs based on a 3" measurement (cut 3 7/8"), HSTs based on a 2" measurement (cut 2 7/8") and QSTs based on a 2" measurement (cut 3 1/4").
Block # 47: Homemaker. I had to draw this one out on graph paper (it is based on a 9-patch grid) and then paper pieced the radiating points units. Then I still had to attach them to the center 2 1/2" square with inset seams. It is a pretty block, but I'll never make another one like it.
Before making those blocks I did snap a picture of blocks 1-45. It's getting to be a big bunch!
And these are my current Stashbuster Spirals. More about them and the Sweet Tomato Heel I'm using on them when they're finished.