I have had these charm squares for a long time. I got them on a ridiculously good sale, and wasn't sure how many it would take to make a quilt so I think I have something like six or eight packets of them. I'm thinking half-square triangles with these, then play with the layout on a design wall. It only just occurred to me that I can use the flannel board cover I made for my toy storage cabinet in the daycare (formerly known as my living room) as a design wall. Duh.
I think I won one of these small jelly rolls, and had them add another on as I didn't think it would be enough to do anything with. I think I'm just going to start sewing strips together and cutting them up and re-arranging them until I get something I like. Fun and no-stress. Although it probably will be stressful because I'm an extreme planner. I even lay out and plan with great care my "random order" quilts. Lol. It takes a lot of planning to make something look random. HA. Yes. I am that obsessive.
So until I can get to the sewing machine, I'm back to hand stitching my hexagon quilt. I think I'm going to start joining my diamond units together. I'm about out of papers, so I need to connect some so I can re-use the papers. I also think I'm going to try to make a diamond shape without the papers and see if I like that any better. Sure seems faster if you could cut out a couple of steps... We'll see.