And the next mini quilt top is all done – please meet “a.maze”:
Here’s the original block that the variations are based on:
I admit, I’m feeling quite accomplished for sticking with the program here 🙂 It just goes to show how far 15 – 30 minutes a day can take you. The secret, I guess, is consistency.
I sewed the first block for this mini on January 21st, the day of the Women’s March. So, yes, the pink is entirely intentional. Piecing the blocks was just a matter of aimlessly cutting and sewing, but when it came to putting them together into this quilt, the current events were heavy on my mind. That is why this is the first quilt that actually has a name. I leave it up to you what you might make of it. After all, I think of these blocks and quilts very much as Rohrschach tests; their meaning, if any, emerges only once they are finished and quite depends on the eye of the beholder.
Apropos finished, I have no idea, when or how these tops are going to become actual quilted quilts :=)
As always, if you are interested, you can find all the daily blocks on Instagram under the hashtag #qb200.