I did this probably a year and a half ago...
and finally got around to quilting it yesterday... I
really didn't know hat to do with the quilting,
so I just used it as a way to experiment with batting and some texture...
I'm not crazy about he meander, but I do like the little quilt itself.
It's bright and cheery, and I love how the ORANGE pops right out of it...
These were scraps from my SUNNY D quilt... and included a bunch of silks.
they have a nice sheen in them and stand out against the cottons...
Note on intuition quilts:
I'm noticing that many of you, your scraps are STRIPS.
How is it that you all have so many strips?
If you want a challenge, cut those strips to shreds....
Don't clean them up,
use the angles as you find them and you will get a block
that has many more angles to them...
try free piecing some blocks together,
and not working round and round on your scrap...
Try getting away from that log cabin sort of approach if you find you can not loose up
BREAK YOUR STRIP PIECING HABIT
Don't take the easy path.
Work on your Y seams,
and your curves
and works with those tiny scraps you can't dare to part with.
I keep a box under my sewing table so when I cut off a bit all the LITTLE pieces go into it..
So when I make fabric I use those bits to make blocks like these...
Give it a whirl and show me your progress.