Here is the quilt i am making for our bed. It's going to be queen sized, although I have discovered that now that will mean putting a pretty fat border on it, which I was hoping to avoid. This is the whole thing laid out on the wall, with the four squares in the upper left having already been sewn (but not to each other). Here are some more photos, closer.
I am getting better at having the corners match. On the last set I only had to rip out two seams, and it took me less than an hour to do the whole square, ironing and all.
The fabric is Cherish Nature by Moda, and I have used four charm packs to make over 320 squares. I really didn't want to, but I am going to order one more charm pack and make another row of large squares. It will still be shorter than the batting, but at least it will be square. Two more rows would be best really. It just sort of kills me because damn, this is expensive! And I thought knitting wasn't a cheap hobby! But I am really starting to enjoy the meditative quality of it, and love the precision it requires.
This is my first real grownup sized quilt, and I am really happy with how it's coming out. So is the Budgie, and he loves the fabric with the little eggs. There are also several fabrics in the collection with bees on them, which are darling. I have extra yardage of the green bees to make matching pillowcases. When I'm finished, I am going to use several matching yardages to make a couple of sets of matching pillowcases, so the whole thing will go together.