Look carefully and you will see three Crossroads blocks made incorrectly. I didn't even catch them when ironing the blocks. I totally recommend taking a picture so things like this can be spotted. Here is the "after" picture.
This quilt looks so good, I am extending another row of Crossroads blocks. Somehow I had ended up with two extra Carolina Star blocks, so will just need to make a couple more.
If you plan on making this quilt, here are a few tips.
1) You may need slightly more neutral than Bonnie's pattern directions. My quilt uses the same neutral throughout, and I ended up buying a bit more to extend. I had only a sliver left (string size) after cutting all the strips per the pattern directions.
2) I hope you love making nine-patches because you will be sewing about a million of them. Don't despair; the end will come eventually.
3) Sew the hourglass components and trim them to size. You won't regret taking time to do this.
4) Be consistent with your pressing direction. I pressed IN on the crossroads blocks and OUT on the star blocks.
5) Have fun! This is an easy quilt in spite of all the pieces and triangles. I sewed all the strips sets before cutting, made about half the hourglass blocks and 9-patches, then started making the blocks. I made the rest of the components using Bonnie's leader/ender method.
If you've made this quilt or Bonnie's Crabapple Trees quilt, you have also experienced the mysterious charm of sewing tiny 1-1/2 inch squares. I don't know what it is about those buggers. It's kind of fun to see them suddenly grow into a 9-patch.