I went a little bit crazy and finished "Quilter's Village" from the Buggy Barn book called "A Little Bit Crazy". The book is available here.
I have to say that doing the Crazy style Buggy Barn quilts is not for me. I am so tempted by the patterns in the books but I gave away all the books that focus on quilts done in this method. These are patterns where you start with an oversize drawing of the finished block and lay it on a stack of fat quarters. Cut on the drawn lines. Then you take the stack of pieces and rotate within the stack before starting to sew. You end up with the parts of the block done in all the different fabrics. Such as the background will be light on some blocks and dark on others depending on how the fabrics fall within the stack. If you haven't done this method, I know this doesn't make much sense. I think you pretty much have to do it to understand. I like the quilt because it has houses on it but I think I would have liked it better if I had used more fabrics that read almost solid from a distance. I did simple quilting on this just to get it done. The quilt top has been finished and in the UFO closet for quite a while. Time to just get it done. Looking at the picture of the quilt from a distance, I like it better than close up.
I have finished the applique on another of the designer basket patterns. I like this one. I need to make the pinwheel filler blocks that were in this packet. The parts are cut and ready to go and should not take long to sew.
Have a great day!