All the pieces have to be cut to size, one by one, and the pattern is nearly like a jig saw puzzle regarding fabric placements. I still substitute a couple of the fabrics with some of my own, like the turquoise and a very dark green that I don't think go well with the other fabrics.
This is block # 3 and block # 5.
Block # 4 had some quirks that I have had to work around, fabric wise.
Now I have laid out block # 4 and block # 6 on my small design wall and on the terry towel. I see I am probably short on one of the fabrics, but I will just put in one of my own fabric instead.
I hope to join the 2 last blocks through the weekend, maybe adding Monday.
Since I have worked so close to this pattern for a couple of days now, I see that the pattern layout has some quirks too, in some of the blocks, so I give myself the liberty of twisting and turning the units so the pattern works, in spite of the fabric placements.
The down side of these kits are that they have no room for extra cutting of fabrics, when the pattern has quirks.
The good side is that I get a multitude of fabrics that I don't own before, without buying bigger pieces.