Begin as you mean to go on- a good bit of advice for New Year's.
I don't think I've shown this finished piece yet. I started making these units during my Modern Improv class at NW Quilters last September. I did show a glimpse of it in this post in November. This was a quick finish. It's small, but so much fun. This is what I mean by doing the kind of quilting I love. I absolutely love taking a bunch of scraps and making meaning of them. Especially if they are solid scraps. I decided to make several of these small pieces because they'll be useful for travel teaching. I think teachers need to provide lots of examples, but traveling with a suitcase of big quilts gives you less variety. Since I love to do these, it's certainly not a hardship. I think I'll be making lots more this year!
Meanwhile, today I started something new for our 2015 Central Oregon Modern Quilt Guild Challenge :: Inspired by Gee's Bend. I'll post about that next time!