I swapped out the center piece can came up with these two squares. I cut each one in different width strips, and alternated them. I didn't take photos of this step because it is much better explained in Ricky Tims' book about Convergence quilts. I have talked about this book before. I really like the way each technique is explained and there are great examples for inspiration.
This is what I got after I sewed all the strips together. It is 15" by 24.5". I am going to add a border and use it as a table runner on the coffee table in Tom's photo studio. I just love these colors and the leafy pattern on the purple fabric. The color difference is subtle between the two fabrics I selected, but I can still see the curved elements, and I like what they are doing. Next time, I may try more contrasting fabric. I know I will be making more. I am even learning to enjoy sewing curves.
I also made two more blocks for the Market Basket quilt. I still have to come up with a name for this one. I did go pick up three more fabrics for the last three blocks. I got bananas, carrots, and mixed berries. This is going to be one yummy quilt.
Joyous quilting, everyone!