This past week I made my February blocks for do good stitches:
Amy/badskirt's tutorial but using different measurements to create a 12.5" finished block. My 12-year-old gave me the colors for the top block and the second block is colors my daughter chose. These blocks are very easy to make but the linen blend I used for the "triangle bits" is fiddly, stretchy, and complicates it a little bit.
And I've started making some scrappy-trip-along blocks. These are fun and so quick:
So far I'm just planning out each block as I go. The instructions for making this are here; you should give it a try!
And today I machine quilted this creeper for my son (he made it and pin basted it a while ago):
The quilting is pretty much invisible. He wanted me to use green thread on the black parts and black thread on the green, but we had a miscommunication on that so it didn't turn out quite how he wanted. I quilted a squared-off meander with a few square loops in the green, and cursive letter S's in the black. Apparently that's what this creature says. Now that the quilting is done I'll help my boy make the pieces for the pillow back and put it together.
I have some quilting and binding ahead of me and then I'll have a couple finished quilts to share. Have a good weekend!