Luckily I read the instructions from the magazine. I was all set to do it in a different order. Their instructions make more sense. You sew all of the straight lines together first. You are then left with several long arcs to piece.
I haven't done much curved piecing. It's slow going.
|First, the center section, all straight seams.|
|Next, the other two sections, still all straight seams.|
|Then add the arc to the corner pieces.|
|Lastly sewing the corner pieces to the center.|
Actually, it's not difficult, it's just slow.
And, it turned out exactly the right size - 14-1/2" square (finished size will be 14").
This quilt should keep me busy all winter.
Remember: enjoy the process.