The furrow setting is simple and easy--every block will face in the same direction, which means that signatures will also face in one direction.
A quick turn of every other block gives a nice diagonal stripe with a secondary star pattern for the next setting. Again, easy and simple and fast to piece.
The settings get a bit more complicated from here, but they are also more interesting. Setting three is a pretty lattice that alternates between blue and yellow squares.
This chevron setting in four would likely be very popular with a young couple, so I recommended it. I like the blue and yellow bars between the white chevrons.
My favorite is this barn raising setting in five. I would choose this one if the quilt were for me, but of course, it's not. So the client will make the final decision.
She just needs to make a few decisions...colors, setting, and size for starters. I just hope she can make them quickly. I'll need to get started as soon as I finish my sister's red and white chevron quilt if it's going to be completed in time for the wedding. And since this quilt will serve as the bride's guest book, it's rather important!
Let's have a bit of fun: leave a comment telling which setting you prefer. We'll see which one is our collective favorite.