From the scraps, I messed around with the Crazy Piecing technique detailed in Quilting Modern. I had no initial plan, but ended up with four pieced squares.
As I browsed the book for inspiration I thought of setting them in a design like the Tunnel Vision quilt from the chapter ‘Log Cabin Makeover.’
Getting the values right was the hard bit and I worried I would run out of lilac Heath fabric that seems to have vanished from the face of the earth. It took some innovative piecing, but I had enough.
The Seattle Modern Quilt Guild is exhibiting at Island Quilter in July. This will be my entry.
I’ve got some other projects that I have to get rolling on, like Roan’s birthday quilt and a quilt for Island Quilter’s June exhibit. This will give me a little time to think about the quilting on this one.