a block probably only a hardcore modern quilter can appreciate and love :-)
my most (most! quite literally..) precious Denyse Schmidt Flea Market Fancy fabrics plus some japanese Kei honeycombs.
i finally cut into those beauties because now i have a nice little plan what to do with these treasures - it is not a quilt but an accessory for my sewing room.
so bring out the Munki Munki, i am a woman with a plan!
by the way: although i already made some (ok, two) spider web blocks, i had some difficulty remembering how to do them correctly (age-related??)
oh, and it is not a good idea to start with one tutorial and then switch to another one - who would have thought ??
the one i highly recommend is the one from Mari from Quilt it: you can find it here.
the other tutorial i used is from Elizabeth from Oh, Fransson for Sew Mama, Sew, my all-time-sewing heroine :-), you can find it here.
but remember: one will do the trick!
luckily everthing turned out ok except the size which is now bigger than planned but better too big than too small, isn´t it.
i´ll keep you posted (and start ironing my munki-goodness..)