I put some teal reproduction scraps to work this week - making quarter log cabin blocks for my Modern Crosses quilt.
When I started making these blocks, I had lots of neutral-colored fabric scraps (chunks) to use for the backgrounds. I've just about run through the scraps and will have to start cutting yardage.
My design wall is currently empty, so I should pin all these blocks up and start thinking about the finished quilt. I only need two additional color groups (orange and brown) to wrap up my plans for this quilt.
On a completely different note, I pulled out a UFO this week and made plans for finishing it. I started these Grandmother's Choice blocks in 2012, a BOW created by Barbara Brackman. All 49 blocks have been marinating since August of 2013, so maybe I can finish assembling them by August this year!