Number 148 has 47 pieces in it. Well, I think it does...I'm not recounting again today.
One tiny green square is completely covered by a flower head pin and there are 7 pieces in a 1" square area. SEVEN!! No wonder this little block contains madness in the title!
While I cannot say I have mastered the Curve Master quite yet, playtime was a blast. By my 3rd block I felt like I was really getting the hang of it. I'm sticking with scraps for a few more blocks before I cut into the stash. So far, I'd say it's well worth the investment.
This is the first specialty foot I have shown any interest in and actually ordered. I don't even own a quarter inch foot, believe it or not. I wish all machine feet came with so many attachments! I can use this foot on all my machines. How cool is that?
Using a good pair of tweezers* (or beading tweezers as pictured) as your final edges are getting close to the machine is most helpful. Without it, my first 2 blocks had incomplete seams the last half inch or so.
*Using tweezers was one of Julie's hints (Jaybirdquilts.com) on the video posted yesterday----it's completely worth replaying when yours arrives as a refresher.*