The blocks get more and more tiny as we go along here! This week it was actually better to do six blocks, so here we go! Oh, in advance I must apologize. I really have trouble keeping these itty bitty blocks from being blurry on the camera.
One thing I have learned in this journey: I had some vellum on hand and decided to try it for my paper. Many people use it for FPP. When you are doing blocks this tiny, the numbers and colors are hard to see as it is. Even worse on vellum as it prints a bit blurry!
The top edge is a bit mussed up but will be hidden in the seam allowance. I like to use my itty bitty scraps up.
This piece is so tiny that it is about the size of 3 pennies side by side.
Now blocks DK, DL, and DM can be pieced together.
My pudgy little fingers should give you a bit of size reference here.
Next piece blocks DN, DO and DP together.
And they all come together for a small little section with a whole lot of pieces in it!