Let's pretend that it hasn't been a month since QuiltCon, OK?
This quilt, called Pixel Pop, is the second quilt I had in the show. It looks very random and it was put in the improv category, but in actuality, it was planned out. Each rectangular block (yes, there are blocks but they may be hard to see) is unique.
I made this pretty much in 1 week (which is super-fast for the easily distracted me). It's a very fun way to highlight some of your favorite fabrics and uses up very little of them.
And you know what? It didn't come back. I sold it! How fun. Though part of me wasn't expecting that so I didn't really say goodby to it. No worries though, I have to make a very similar one because I will be doing a pattern for this also this spring. :)
I feel I should give a little low down on the QuiltCon experience. How about just saying it was a blast all around? I did enjoy the informative lectures and only took one 1/2 day class. The show was inspiring to say the least. The 80s party was epic. Basically, if you can swing it and you're into modern quilting, go next time (2015) because it's so full of awesome people and fun energy.