For anyone who hasn't seen this project already, it's from the book "The Spirit of Sacagawea" by Laurie Simpson and Polly Minick. They have a Flickr group here with pictures others have posted photos of their work. Pinterest is another place to see awesome versions...just do a search for Spirit of Sacagawea quilts and you will be amazed.
Overall, I think it looks great!
This block is called "Chokecherry". I decided my berries needed to be blue, like huckleberries or blueberries. Yes, I always need to be different, what can I say. Still need to add the embroidery on the stems, inking didn't cut it (I was hopeful).
This block is called "Stack of Coins". You will find Sacagawea on a coin! My machine piecing skills are so evident here, my scant 1/4" is never scant enough. I considered redoing the block and then decided to add a border to bring it up to size. I really don't care for the look so the verdict is still out on a re-do.
I think this is my favorite block of the whole quilt. It is called "Salmon berry".
This block is called "Rocky Mountain Pass" in the book. I call it Cogs. Let's just say I'm glad this one is finished and whether or not I like it doesn't matter because, after all, it's finished.