I basted the Amy Butler Love quilt and it will hopefully get quilted this week. I even finished the hand quilting project I was hoping to get to so that's ready for a binding. I didn't trim all those HSTs, but I decided it would be less tedious to trim them as I sewed the rows together. Plus I'm still playing with layouts so they still may get some frayed edges, that's my story and I'm sticking too it: )
Of course, with all this progress I had to go start something new... A friend is commisioning a quilt and this was along the lines of what I think she'd like. I'd done something similar a few years ago and dug in to my stash for almost all the fabrics. I don't usually work with batiks but they give it the watercolor effect I wanted. It's a mix of traditional 9 patches mixed in with some of Oh, Fransson's crazy 9 patch blocks. Hopefully my piecing is precise enough that you can tell where it's deliberately wonky.
I still had to do some of that trimming I was trying to avoid;-)