What I strive for in a super-scrappy design like this is to have no-two-fabrics-touching, particularly in the really obvious places (like the blue parts of the flying geese that surround the stars). I wasn't completely successful when it came to the small rectangles in the sashing. If you notice them then you are looking too closely.
It was nigh unto impossible to distribute the colors evenly -- now that I see everything sewn together, the two blocks on the top row, right, are the same in value. But I know that relocating one block means displacing another and upsetting the balance all over again. They'll stay where they are!
The next step is to trim the edges and add the borders. That will have to wait until I return from the TexFestDos in Austin/San Marcos with the Magpies. I leave very early Wednesday, Feb. 19, and return Monday, Feb 24. I have lots to do before then.
Linking up with Oh, Scrap!, Monday Making, and Design Wall Monday