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This block goes together easily, but not quickly. By that, I mean that twenty small squares are stitched to both ends of ten strips. Fast-piecing would be nice, but chain-piecing is as good as it's going to get.
Also, strips cut on the crosswise grain will have a little bit of "stretch", that's the nature of a straight weave. So with log cabin-style blocks like this, I measure after every round - row - is added. That lets me know if the block is "growing". If it is, I can adjust before proceeding, either by re-stitching the strips, or by trimming the block. If it's off, it's probably by only a sliver.
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