I finished this lovely autumn inspired baby quilt, which I am calling "Pumpkin Spice". I posted about the process previously here and here. This quilt is created using a random pattern of 6 different half square triangle (HST) blocks. Almost all the squares could be twisted and turned in every direction, which gave me even more flexibility for placement so it didn't look like a repeat pattern. I am so pleased with the results and can see myself creating more quilts with this formula. I really just love HSTs in almost every pattern -- they are so versatile. Yeah, they're a little bit of a pain to trim, but well worth it.
rustic wooden box. I was hoping to get some photos with the colorful leaves, but I'm almost too late for that since most have already fallen from the trees. However, my son and I went out looking for a great spot to take photos anyway, even though it's only in the 30s right now in Wisconsin!
I'm linked up to Amanda Jean @ Crazy Mom Quilts for Finish It Up Friday.
Have yourself a wonderful weekend!