The triangles in the box were found in the scraps. I haven't decided what to do with them yet, but it seemed a waste to cut then into 2" squares. I did find another little bag of half square triangles and put them together into pinwheels. Then I couldn't leave it, so I put them together with other bright squares. I wasn't planning to make a new quilt, but sometimes it just feels good to sew stuff together. It's only about 11" square. My plan is to set it on point the put some more brightly colored squares as borders and eventually make it a baby quilt. But, right now it's another UFO.
I also finished another Ladies of the Sea block. This wasn't on my official list to do, but this is what I stitch on in the evenings while I watch TV with my husband.
The biggest accomplishment since my last post if getting the Iris quilt hand basted and into the quilt hoop. Once I finally got the top completed, I avoided this step because I knew it would take a long time and would be uncomfortable. I still baste quilts on my hands and knees in the kitchen floor. For a quilt this big, I had to move the table and I still had one corner that wasn't flat on the floor. Basting alone took nearly 6 hours. But, I knew once I got that step out of the way, the quilting would be a pleasure.