That evening after dinner, I went back to the drawing board, literally, and drew out the Ohio Star blocks in a row to see how I liked the design as a simple row of six 6" blocks. I decided that I wasn't thrilled with that design and dropped back to a different block I had previously considered, the Dutchman's Puzzle block. After sketching out a row of Dutchman's Puzzle blocks I decided that I liked that design better anyway.
On Wednesday afternoon, I drove back down to the quilt shop to find fabric in line with my new design idea. I looked at the French General, but still wasn't feeling it for my design. I called the person whose quilt I was working on, and asked if it had to be French General, and she said that it didn't. So, after a lot of searching through the shop and with a great deal of help from Cindy at the shop, I finally decided on these 4 fabrics. Each fabric will be one pair of flying geese in the block.
This is the focus fabric for the quilt.
And these are the existing rows for the quilt.