I am trying to be good about not starting new projects until I clear up my pile of WIP's. But I couldn't help but do some work on my Field Greens quilt. I had already cut up the strips into the 6" pieces needed. I then did a bit of mini-marathon and sewed on the 2.5" corner triangles. Then the boring job of trimming them all off. I know that some people find this method a bit wasteful, but it really is more accurate than working with cut triangles and sewing on the bias line. Also, since I had so many off cuts, I've kept them and added them to my mini-quilt stash for future use. Here is the pile of finished strips.
The small HST will become my headers/enders for my next project.