These quilts were started in 2019 after a conversation with a fellow guild member where she showed me some blocks she had made. I decided to make some of these using my scraps. Now it is a series, apparently.
I started with green. Check the post.
Purple Strip Donation top. Check the post.
Red Strip Donation top post.
Red Chunk Donation top and post after piecing. I had a lot of red scraps, so was able to make a second quilt. Sue did the quilting. You can see the post-quilting post.
Orange Strip donation top post.
The white might be the most successful so far. It is far more monochromatic than the others. I really like it, however impractical it is for a donation quilt.
I finally dipped into the blue bin and came up with a wonderful version that uses yellow as the sashing.
I was able to make Blue Strips #2 from the blue scrap bin. Not much change to the fullness of the scrap bin.
In May and June of 2021, I started and finished another of the Color Strip donation tops, this time in yellow.
In 2022, I took the leftover blocks from the various quilts above, made a few more and came up with Rainbow Strip donation quilt.
The companion improv quilts to these can be found on the Color Improv Donation Tops page.