I started working on my quilt pattern Serendipity when living in London and teaching at the Sutton College a semester of Quilting and Applique. During that class I used the early stage of the design to teach my students how to customise a pattern to a desired size. They received a sketch of the pattern without measurements and guidance of how to make the block. The goal was to learn that there are different ways of how to assemble the block in terms of technique and measurements. The outcome was amazing and I think it opened doors for my students to use their skills in a more advanced way.
Since then I worked on this block, twisted it a bit and am now happy with how it turned out. It allows a lot of different ways of interpretation and I hope you’ll have lots of fun with the pattern.