Wow, this went together quickly! Four strips became a set of 8. 8 strips became a set of 16. And finally 16 strips became a quilt that has 32 strips. This quilt top is 70" by 80". Because I was working with scraps from my stash, I had no idea what size top these strips would finish into. And the irony? This top is bigger than the backing fabric, which is what started this particular group of fabrics.
Do I love this? No. But I don't hate it either. Once the back is pieced, this quilt will be a great charity quilt. It's cheery and definitely colorful. But I do love this technique. I am eager to try this again, using a much different set of fabrics. And this technique will be great at our next quilting retreat in creating some charity projects.