I have picked up where I had left off with the construction of these blocks. I have made 11 of the last 15 blocks needed and now just have to make the last 4. This group of blocks are mostly dark and medium shades so I will have to see how all the blocks look together and decide which fabrics I will use for the last 4 blocks. Once they are made I will start sewing them into groups of 4 and again in groups of 6 and so on. I prefer to sew my quilt tops in 4 quadrants that I join together. It makes for having to sew only one really long seam instead of many and I find it much less stressful when trying to match points or corners. I have decided to name this quilt "Pathways". When I look at this quilt top as it comes together I see the pathway that seems to join each star (soldier or individual) together. So far, I have kept to using each main background colour just once - each soldier is a star and they all are individuals with different personalities that join together and interact with each other to make one cohesive group. I had originally intended to make this quilt as a gift for one of my nephews. However, as I work on it I have come to realize that it really is a quilt that will be donated to Quilts of Valour and will go to a Canadian soldier.