So many layouts....
The class is called Shimmering Triangles, and you make very quick triangle sets, turn them into one of a dozen possible blocks that shimmer, and then place the blocks in the colour order you choose.
Any block that emulates, even vaguely, a half square triangle, can be placed in any of the log cabin layouts. for days I have been turning and changing blocks downstairs and trying to work out how I might sew this piece together. I will not quilt it as tops are lighter to carry - but I would like to stitch it before I go.
So here are the choices.
The simple, all pointing the same way, option.
I was turning alternate rows and while it is not my favourite, I thought the hooks looked quite interesting.
This is the log cabin layout usually called Barn Raising.
Zigzags - I am leaning this way at the moment.
Alternating light/dark squares on point. I have another sample in this setting, with a different block so do not think I will use it - but I do like this look.
Another possibility - Zigzags with an occasional square.
There is one other option. I have not tried it yet but I will try the zigzags with some huge flower blocks tucked in here and there - they are also oranges and reds. You will have to wait for this one as I am off to teach a class!
Please tell me if you have a favourite.