Here are all my blocks in chronological order from left to right ...
Slightly different arrangement - chronological order from top to bottom ... I think I like this one better because it puts the tulip in the middle column.
(These mosaics are so fun to make!)
Ok. You can't tell from looking, but I just wasted like 1/2 hour playing around with different arrangements until I came up with this one ...
I am SUCH a symmetrical-aholic when it comes to block placement in a quilt. I looked for the strongest or most similar feature between 2 blocks and placed them opposite each other.
Top row - pointy/leafy green corner thingies and a strong, secondary red design in the middle.
Second row - lots of yellow.
Third row - red pointies around the outside of the blocks.
Bottom row - red in the corners.
If you go down the outside columns you'll notice I alternated the red prints ... floral then polka dot.
And for the middle row I just put them where they looked nice. I wanted the second block to be in the bottom row, but then I'd have that blueish dot in every block across the bottom. That simply will not do.
Oh geez, I could probably go on for another hour explaining all my bizarre decision-making rules here ... but I'll spare you any further gory details. I don't want you to think I'm like weird or something.
What was that? Too late?