I finished my big scrappy quilt top. It is foundation pieced on used dryer sheets, which, when all is said and done, is not worth the trouble in my opinion. I love the diamond shapes that the dryer sheets allow you to make, but mostly they're hard to iron and too smelly when you're sewing the whole quilt together.
I played a bit with concentrating the light colors in the center and the darks at some of the edges, but it only occurred to me to do this late in process, so it's not as prominent a feature as it might have been. I love this pattern (or un-pattern). I love the fished results, and I love the purging of odd sized strips.
Here are a few close ups of some of the blocks. These quilts are a nice album of favorite fabrics.
An you never know who or what you're going to see peeking out at you. (That's George Washington in the middle there)
Have a great day. If the weather holds I'm going to do some gardening.