The game is one I hadn't heard of before - Coppit. (Looks like a Trivial Pursuit game board sort of.) The skill to practice was paper piecing with curves.
Really the most difficult thing was decided what fabric to use in the different spots for the block...
I am still using the same denim from pants I do not need, so my colors are black (very heavy fabric), denim blue, and two shades of tan. I wasn't sure if I had enough of one color so thought it would be best to use both...
I used fabric glue stick for the first piece of each section - that makes it nice and flat for adding the second piece of fabric.
When fabric joined at the center, I started at the center as I figured that was the most important to match up. But everything matched anyway as it was a good pattern!
I used the seams in the outer circle as points to match, I think in a few cases reversing the order of the paper piecing would make the seams be more consistent.
Since I used two tans, I could have thought ahead and counted the pieces so things would be alternating all around.
I trimmed the seams as I removed the paper and that worked out nicely for this block.
Another great challenge by Alida at Play with Me! Please click to see progress of the others!
There is still one more month for you to join in the fun.