We made Slab Blocks, which are in Cheryl Arkison's and Amanda Jean Nyberg's
book a Month of Sundays. Cheryl had shared on her blog the process for making them. They are basically monochromatic scrap blocks, each block was an entry into the draw. And we made so many blocks that there were 2 draws for 12 blocks, and I think even a 3rd draw for a smaller set.
I won! And then the blocks sat and sat....until this summer, when I was working on another scrappy project, and I pulled them out. I made 4 more blocks, to make a top 60x60. I played with the layout a bit, and decided I could kind of make these diagonal rows of colors, so that helped me to decide which color blocks I needed to make for my extras.
And I had quilted a client quilt with this straight-ish randomly spaced lines, and wanted to do one like that again, so I got it quilted right away--and the binding on the front....and then my hands went wonky and I've not gotten the binding hand stitching done, but thought I'd share the quilt anyway, so ignore the binding sticking up every which way.
100 Modern Quilt blocks quilt as I could.
my Grandma's quilt with, but didn't actually have enough.