I then moved onto this. . .
Well, there is still some left! And this is only about 1/4 of the stack. To be honest, there is a bit of Midwest Modern 2 thrown in, the remnants of a solid blue used as a binding, and the remaining yardage used for the setting triangles on the table runner, but honestly, I'm beginning to think it multiplies while I sleep!Since I've been in a scrappy mood lately (wonky stars, wonky cabins etc.,) I thought, what the heck, let's make one more. . .so this is the beginnings of a quilt for my daughter who is graduating high school, it won't be done in time for graduation, but it will by the time her 18th roles around in July.
It's made completely of strips and left over squares. I precut 8 1/2" squares from a bolt of muslin I keep for string quilts and other foundation projects. The squares serve as a foundation for the strips to keep them from being distorted as they're sewn (and no paper to remove). I've trimmed the blocks down to a 7 1/2" square using a ruler of the same dimension. The center will measure a 56" square once completed, with 24 of these finished, I only have 40 left (yes, I'm a "my glass is half full" person); and the blocks go super fast because the strips are already cut! Maybe the Daisy Chain Scrap Stash will finally be depleted.