I had a little trouble deciding on fabrics for the block on the left, because most of my 30's repro fabrics tend to read as "mediums" and it can be hard to get a good contrast. I started out with the pink fabric of Mary and her Little Lamb, and worked from there.
Both blocks are made up of 8 Flying Geese units. Monique's method for making the blocks uses a neat little "Fit to be Geese" ruler, but since I don't have one of those, I made mine using a ruler that I already had called the "Quick Trim and Circle Ruler", using the method I blogged about here.
It's not too late to get started on this quilt if you are interested. By making 2 blocks each month, the timetable is only 6 months instead of the usual 12 for a Block of the Month. I am enjoying seeing how much variety you can get in a block pattern just by rearranging the fabrics, and playing with these cheerful colors on on otherwise gloomy winter day.