I don't know what this block is called, but it is made of one large HST and five small HSTs. It looks a little like a Chinese hat to me, if you put the long diagonal line downwards. I had nine blocks in a bag along with many small HSTs and some uncut fabric. First step: make the rest of the fabric into more blocks!
Now I had enough blocks for a medallion-style center.
While making the additional blocks I decided to make "some" of them with the large HST facing the opposite way, making more of a basket-style block. Two of them were yellow, and they went in the center of the medallion. I had four left of the darker blue, so, obviously the place to put them would be in the outer corners.
Now I am fooling around with the 36 extra small HSTs and a few squares to make a line from corner to corner. This will REALLY use up all the remaining fabric in this bag. With some additional muslin. . . .
Good quilting progress today
WBLU kept me company with classical music
Snow "showers" stayed in the air, not on the ground