It happens every time I restore a quilt - I fall in love with whatever block is in the quilt and have to make some.
Serendipitously enough, just as I started working on the restoration of the church dash quilt in the previous post, I saw that Bernina and blogger Amy Smart were working together on a sew-along of churn dash blocks.
The directions are great if you've never done a churn dash before. I'm not following the cutting directions exactly because I'm going scrappy - as I usually do. I'm using anything fairly bright that I find in my scrap bins plus a lot of solids that I've been pulling together.
There's a Flickr group for anyone sewing along in the sew-along. Fun to look at.