70s Child is a recent finish that I only started a couple of months ago. I wanted to do a quilt based on improv curves. These blocks were cut free hand with a rotary cutter and machine pieced. I have done curves before, but never so many in one quilt. It turns out I really hate doing them. It's one reason the blocks sat for a bit before I got back to them. I first made the small (approx 5") blocks, then made the four larger triple curve blocks in the upper right. I set them aside to finish some other things, but every time I thought about getting them out I was turned off because I hated the process so much. In the end I realized the design had potential and I should really just suck it up and finish it. I made some more larger curved blocks (about 6"), then the rectangular blocks, and lastly the three largest ones at the bottom.
I just found out that 70s Child was accepted into the Modern Quilt Guild Showcase at IQF Houston this year, so that will be it's first outing as I need to mail it off soon. I don't know why they need them so soon when the show's not until November, but there you go.