All the basket blocks are finished. When I started to square up, I had to face some unpleasant truths. Bad blocks! Very bad blocks!
After wondering what to do for a while, I realized that it's obvious which seams are wrong--the ones where the piece is too small, right? Why was that hard to figure out?
So I took out one flower, and re-sewed it. Perfect, right? Oops!
One more try:
Not perfect, but much better, and when the lower right corner is trimmed, it will be at least within an acceptable margin of error. There are still a few blocks to fix, and then on to the alternate blocks. I want this thing DONE.
I did these corrections while listening to President Obama's speech. If what he's doing is a mistake, it will be much harder to correct than mine.