My friend Pat from Alaska was down visiting and suggested that we make a quilt. We spent a fun-filled day making log cabin blocks. Somehow or another, I miscalculated the number of blocks we needed to make. Yes, I admit, I'm the one who did the faulty math. Later when I put the blocks together there were several, to say the least, left over. I decided to make a second top, and set out to make the additional blocks needed.
After this top was constructed, I realized I had again miscalculated the number of blocks. There were leftover blocks, again! Amazing! I guess my brain is no longer capable of "higher" math (5 x 7 = ?). I needed to break out the calculator. I made the right number of blocks to finish a third top. This should be the last yellow and black log cabin that is Guatemala Bound!