It's been a little while since I posted anything, let alone progress on this quilt.
Its done. Finished. Finito. Kaput.
Well, maybe not kaput.
Some final notes on what I have yet to mention on the building a quilt part:
When arranging blocks like this, the main concern I had was to keep groups of simaler fabrics from pooling together. by this, I mean that I kept my eyes on the dominant fabrics in each block, and paid special care to keep the same fabrics away from each other, so it doesnt look like a glob of blue flowers in this corner, yellow spots in another, etc.
Finally, I decided to quilt the long lines where the rows were joined together, which was a pain, but I really like how it looks.
(this much quilting killed my walking foot, btw. Though thats for other reasons beyond this quilt, really. but it happened)
also, I had early on, cut the binding strips so that I had one strip from each main fabric (except one, but thats because I was running out of the dandelions!) I almost used all kona coal, but 1. didnt have enough, and 2. I love a scrappy binding.
Sorry if this wrap up kinda falls short, but it's the best I can do right now. and I will leave you with a sneak peak of my Habitat Challenge quilt: