Here are two more blocks.... [OMG!] H8 [for week beginning tomorrow] and H10 [from week of Dec 9 ]
A good thing.... I got home from my DGS's basketball game at 11:40 this morning [now 12:31] I hadn't started H10. I cut, sewed, pressed, and took pictures in about half hour! If you follow my directions you can too You can actually go to the instructions for it on thatquilt.com to start it out and see how to make halfsquare triangles which are used in both these blocks.
Difference - DONT cut 3" squares!! to make halfsquare triangles, take finished size = 1" for block H10 and add 1 1/4" - for H10 cut the squares 2 1/4" [3" is a big waste!] for H8 the measurement is 2" [the hourglass finishes 3/4"] .. these instructions are taking me longer than the sewing...
more cutting for H10 - to make halfsquare triangles, cut one each of print and background 2 1/8"; print squares are cut 1 3/4"
for outer border, you need 4 background sections 3 x 1 1/2"
I did absolutely no paper piecing for either of these ... simply careful cutting. I used reverse applique for inner part of H8. As you can see, I cut triangles and added those to the center background strips, cut 1" x 3" and  1" x 1.5" ... I cut a 2" square in half diagonally ...NO NO dont do that because you will only have two threads to applique to. What you should cut is a circle a minimum of 3" in diameter [the finished circle is 2 1/1"] to have enough seam allowance. For the corners I cut 2 - 2" squares in half diagonally. For the strips on either side of the "hourglasses" I cut strips 1 1/4" x 2" and trimmed the whole thing after I put it together.
[yep it took longer to give these instructions!]