The only pieces cut from stash is the binding and the backing, everything else is from my box of 2.5" strips and squares.
Since the grown-ups received a table topper, the little one in the family had to have something too, so I made another one of these fabric cubes:
This one is a fair bit smaller than the previous I made - each square finishes at 3"; and perhaps more suited for small hands :o)
While I was diving throug the scraps I also found a box stuffed with HSTs. When Bonnie posted the Carolina Christmas mystery she recomended we "double sew" the points on the poinsetta blocks and saved the cut-off triangles for some later project. So I did! And just stuffed them in the box and more or less forgot about them. Now they turned up, and since the iron was hot and I was in the mood for some more smallish sewing I started pressing and sorting.
This is how it looks at the moment:
There are enough HSTs for six more of these blocks (the squares in some of the blocks come from my 2" squares box). I don't really know what to do with them; maybe just set them with some light squares and a simple border? I need to do some thinking....
Hope all have a great and creative weekend!
Hugs and stitches from Anne Ida