Hard to do on the Internet...
All of the patterns used in the book are in public domain. I know because I bought the book. Yep, my interest in the project made me go out to Amazon.com and buy a copy. Because, you know, I love books, and I love sewing, so books about sewing are like a little piece of heaven!
The book contains a CD with templates, but beware -- depending upon what printer you use, you may have to adjust the size of the templates slightly. I made the first block exactly as my little Canon printer showed them, and the finished block was a little on the small side. There are no construction directions either, so you have to look for directions elsewhere. That's why Randy's cutting and sewing directions would be so helpful.
I decided to go into my bin of green fabric, and toss in some light neutrals. Last night I finished up my six blocks for the month of February. I started at the back of the book with the first pattern, and they're in alphabetical order. So this month I did these blocks. Sorry about the photos, some of them are a little crooked and the flash was too close.
Attic Window: an easy block, kind of fun to do. Not too challenging but I used a piece of fabric from my 'grass' fat quarter in the smallest triangle.
Autumn Tints: Why is this called Autumn Tints?? The illustration shows the larger squares using a fussy cut, but I just used a fabric I liked.
Basket: I put some floral fabric 'in the basket'. Baskets are not empty at my house!
Basket Weave: here I used almost the last piece of a fat quarter with apples on it.
Bat Wing: Uh, I have to tell you I hate this square, and I will never make it again! The odd angle had me ripping twice on each wing at least.
- Broken Sugar Bowl -- four patch, HST