The trouble with including human figures in patchwork is so much can go wrong.
We have very high standards for anatomy.
So a badly drawn plant might be viewed as "folky" and amusing
There are unwritten rules for Sunbonnet Sue.
One arm better than two.
The example above makes pretty good use of the second arm, which is rare. Of course the feet have been forgotten in the enthusiasm for arms.
Another Rule: One foot better than two
Too many feet clutter up the composition.
Feet and arms and hands can be problematic.
The figures above seem to be part tank/part Sue.
And I guess their hands are in their pockets.
Green may be a bad choice if she is going to have lizard like appendages.
Her hat is on upside down in every block in this one, which makes you wonder what is falling from the sky, Chickenlittle?
The upside down hat problem is more common than I thought.