Now that the hubbub of the holidays is behind and the older kids are back to school, Kieran and I are getting (somewhat) back to our old routine. We've spent the mornings playing multiple rounds of the Match game, Sneaky Squirrel, and Wii, plus reviewing alphabet flash cards (gotta throw in a little learning somewhere). He didn't take a single nap while the "big kids" were home for the holiday break, and it's been a little bit of a fight getting the little guy to go down for a nap the past couple of days.
I've gotten in a bit of sewing time, either while the little guy naps or plays on his Leapster. In fact, I've worked my way through a stack of 168 half-square triangle blocks.
I happened to have some 6.5" squares leftover from my Crazy Penny quilt top, and I thought "Why not cut them into hst's? I dove into the fabric stash to supplement, pulling recently acquired as well as long-hoarded prints. They're going to be sewn into a simple HST quilt, inspired by this one at Cozy Things (minus the low-volume prints).
This quilt works well with one of my 2014 goals: maximum stash usage, minimal stash enhancement. It's going to be tough, but I think I can, I think I can, I think I can...
Linking up to WIP Wednesday at Freshly Pieced.