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.
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 was pleased that Leann and others at the guild meeting, where Leeann showed her quilting handy work agreed with me.
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.