Half Moon Modern Half-Square Triangle quilt and went to town with this free Moda pattern.
It took two evenings to piece the top. I didn't trim my HST units or pin any seams until I had all of the rows sewn together. It was quick and easy and fun, and really satisfying to get it done quickly, and I think it looks great - but it is decidedly not flat, which I'm feeling pretty okay about. I think it will quilt out just fine. I am not stressing out about this little baby quilt.
The problem came at the end of the second night of piecing, when I pulled out the fabric I had bought for backing and binding when I bought the charm pack. I only have one yard of the backing fabric. Lately I've been in a groove of making baby quilts about 40" by 50" and so I assumed that I would have 1.5 yards for the backing, but I don't. I don't have enough binding fabric to do anything but bind it (only 1/3 yard!) and I don't have any of the grey fabric left over. I think what I'm going to do is trim 4" of of the two wider borders on the top and then piece that fabric into the back along with a few leftover charm squares that didn't get used in the top.
I'm not really feeling inspired to finish this quilt right now, but at least I have a plan for how to finish it. I don't like to have long-term hibernating UFOs, but I also don't know of any babies who will be needing a quilt from me any time soon, so I think I'm going to piece the back and then fold it all up until I feel like finishing it.