I have two completely different Ocean Waves quilts in the works (aka UFOs).
I've made a few more blocks of each to add to my collections of blocks.
This Ocean Waves quilt was inspired by one I first saw at Q is for Quilter. I found a pattern for it at Quilter's Cache but resized it to fit my 30s reproduction scraps which were mostly 2.5 inches. It takes a lot of HSTs to make a BIG quilt. I use an Easy Angle ruler to cut my HSTs. I've found this to be the best method for me to make HSTs.
I started making these when I was looking for something to do with a small box of waste triangles. I've named these blocks Confetti Waves. These blocks are the same dimensions as the Ocean Waves blocks above (16 inches finished) but I used waste triangles on the corners of 2.5 inch red squares as my HST substitute.
I think Ocean Waves will be queen sized and Confetti Waves will be twin sized (someday).
Just trying to use up scraps any which way I can.