Since I sent her the book earlier this year, my Aunt has made at least four of these quilts, including this one that she surprised me with on my visit last October.
It's called "The Road (Back) to Arizona". Most of the fabrics I bought for or with my Aunt. Here’s a close up of the front as well as a piece of the backing:
Since I like this quilt so much, I've been cutting down my scraps into squares and "corner pieces". While working on other projects, I've been sewing my 1 1/2" scraps as leader/enders. Look at all the “corner pieces” you can cut out of odd shapes of scraps:
I've made quite a few of the Four-Patch Units and now I wanting to start sewing some of the Bright Corner Square units, so, I need to decide on a background. That's one thing that seems to help this scrap quilt a lot... a consistent background. I was going to try a muslin or white,What do you think? White / Muslin / Dusty Blue / Bright Blue Starbursts?