I had scraps left over from this quilt:
Now...one of my renters came in with a wonderful strippy, random quilt top and told me how she did it. It was made from 2-1/2 strips from a Jelly Roll and you sew them short end to short end until you have a strip MILES long. Then you take the two ends, right sides together, and sew the long edges together. Then you clip them apart at the end (there is a loop), place the two strips together again (2 sets of 2) and, again, sew the long edges together...cut the loop at the end...etc...
I had to try it. I cut the leftover scraps from my quilt into 2-1/2 strips, varying lengths, using my Accuquilt Go cutter...took very little time! Then I started sewing. And sewing. And sewing...
And *anything went*. I didn't match anything. I didn't care what ended up where. And my quilt top measures 64" x 66"! I will find a nice bright border, or maybe a thin one and then a wider one. Maybe I will applique some flowers and leaves on it (again, cut with my Accuquilt Go!). The sewing took about 3 hours and that was it!
I still haven't pressed it or squared it up but will do so this weekend.
Stay tuned. :)