I pulled out my box of 2.5-inch strips that I received from a strip exchange from my previous guild and cut some 2.5-inch strips of Kona Shell (formerly known as Pale Flesh). Here is the start of the piecing.
I continued sewing on Sunday (yes, I ignored the laundry and housework), and voilà, a quilt top. This finishes around 54 x 62 inches. As you can see in the tutorial here, you're supposed to lay out the strips and make a plan before cutting the white sections. Well...I decided to be a smart-ass and just randomly cut. Which resulted in a little bit of white at the top and lots of white at the bottom.
I think I'm going to quilt this with wavy organic lines up and down the strips. Not sure what colour thread though.
You may recall all my recent snow-laden photos. It's all gone!! Here are a few photos. What a difference a week of mild weather, fog, and rain makes.
It's hard to get good photos in the fog and rain.
Linking up with:
Midweek Makers @ Quilt Fabrication
Wednesday Wait Loss @ The Inquiring Quilter