1) a straight setting of all 4
2) an on-point setting using five blocks. I'd have to make one more block. The blobs of fabric are there to help visualize a fifth block in that space.
3) an on-point setting using four blocks.
4) three blocks in a table runner. The fourth block would go to a RWB block collection that is happening at one of my on-line groups, or I could use the two halves or four quarters of it to add interesting block parts to the ends of the runner.
Which is your personal favorite? Or do you have any brilliant ideas other than what I have shown here? So far I haven't even thought about borders and all those options that will come into play when I settle on the setting. Here's one more thought: I don't use table runners very often. I'm more apt to make use of a wall hanging, or even use it as a table cloth/table covering. However I *like* table runners and might use them more often if I had a better variety on hand.
It's after 1:00 a.m. here and high time to sleep and stop thinking about these blocks. If you feel like voting for a setting option, I look forward to your thoughts. If not, that's OK, too. Nighty-night!