Not exactly. I will post a photo of the completed afghan, but probably not exemplars of each type of block. Some of the "designs" are repeats of existing colors -- for example, the green that's around the sunflower, that's being repeated as its own block (made with alternating rows of SC and DC -- very simple). I also figured out how to do the lacy done-in-the-round block without going around in a circle (simply alternate rows of DC (row 1) and DC-CH (row 2)) and am doing that in the blue that's similar in darkness to the light green, only blue. (Can you tell I suck at color terminology? I never did understand precisely what shade and/or hue are supposed to refer to).
So far I have two solid green blocks finished, half of another green, and about 1/3 of a block of the blue.
Do you happen to know why people crochet in-the-round? I imagine a number of designs are possible only if you go around in a circle, but I want to know if it is more than that. If going in a circle somehow lends stability to the design or lessens the need for blocking or, most of all, if there a good reason to choose patterns based on circles over simple blocks made by going back and forth across rows.