Considering that the baby is not due until June I'm doing pretty good. I got the top of Austin's quilt done; it still needs a border but I like it. I hope he forgives me for the kitty with a pink bow; it is on a blue background though. The kitty fabric is also a scrap from the baby's great-great-grandma's fabric. There are 4 scraps from thrift store shirts that I bought just for the plaids to put in Brian's quilt. I bought 2 Chinese fabrics...well I should say oriental writing fabric since I can't tell Chinese writing from Japanese. I went into this trying to make a red, white, and blue-not patriotic and little bit Chinese baby quilt...and use mostly scraps; I think it fits the bill. The red blocks are what I call relaxed log cabin; I pull any size scrap from my scrap box and try to use it so the block is a bit skiwampus (is that a word?) and is then trimmed to the right size. The letters are made in a similar fashion, log cabinish. I've seen these letters made all over the web; here and here .
(Austin is Melissa and Eric's baby.)