I have been having fun with Lisa Bongean's Triangle Challenge. Each week she comes out with a new block or two using sixteen half square triangles. I've been making two of each block to give myself more options when it comes time to put a quilt top together. It sure is amazing how many ways you can arrange half square triangles to make a quilt block! The two blocks at the top of the photo are the latest block, #5.
I had a fat quarter bundle of Primitive Gathering's Snowman Gatherings that was gathering dust, so I was happy to pull it out for this project. Some of you may recall a similar project I made a couple of years ago. I made the quilt below for my son in law, we call it "Madness" after one of his wines that he makes.
The blocks for Lisa's Triangle Challenge are quite a bit smaller than those for my son law's quilt. I have no idea what sort of setting I may use for this new half square triangle quilt! I have to tell you, I had a hard time coming up with 24 different block designs for the black and cream quilt. I am wondering how many blocks Lisa will come up with and if they will be different from the ones in my first quilt. It is fun watching it unfold.