I have a small quilt top finished. It is a simple half-square triangle quilt, made from my Bear Patch Bits and some white Kona cotton. I haven't mentioned my "Bits" lately, but they come from this quilt shop in Minnesota. For $40 per year they send me 20 charm squares every month, cut from the new fabrics they have received that month. It's really fun receiving the packets. It also includes a newsletter, and quite often, a recipe and/or a pattern. And it is all written by my SisterStitches! She works at Bear Patch Quilting.
Any-hoo, I used several of my pastel-colored Bits to make HSTs. In the above photo they are all laid out on a carpet. Following are a few close-ups of some of them.
I really like the rooster in this one below!
And here they are all sewn together.
I didn't add triangles to the ends of the rows. That's something I'll file away for next time. This time I'll just trim everything straight along the edges. Stay tuned to see the finished product.