I used the hand-dyes I dyed last week. I also pulled a few old ones from my stash and just started cutting and stitching.
8" X 8"
My daughter (age 10) also worked on something she's been making out of scraps. With just a little help from me, she was able to finish this today -- all by herself ;-). She fused the stars after she pieced it, then used the walking foot to quilt it.
I think I'm going to introduce her to free-motion quilting next. She was a little frustrated with the limitations of the walking foot -- going in a straight line, that is. I showed her how to "do a swirl" but it is clumsy to do it that way. Free-motion is like gliding on ice after you've used a walking foot for a while.
Two squares of fabric, one of "Insul-Brite" and one of thin cotton batting. She stitched around the edges, trimmed, then turned them. I taught her how to slip-stitch the opening closed. Then she quilted them using the walking foot and some fancy thread from my stash.