Project quilting New Season - Cutting room floor

"Cutting room floor"

my latest for Project Quilting

17 x 19
aurifil thread

made in Nebraska

Challenge #1 confetti challenge

scraps and fun slash and fit piecing 

Linking up with Persimmon DreamsHERE

This week was super busy putting up my local Modern Quilt guild's first gallery exhibition.  I was bound and determined to make something for this challenge but on Saturday night I still had not decided.....until I remembered that I had changed the blade on my rotary cutter just that morning. It was like cutting through buttah! I knew cutting was the way to go so I started slashing and sewing and slashing and sewing. 

Nothing like a new rotary blade! why oh why do we try to make it work when dull???
This 'cutting room floor' piece was so fun because of the fabrics that looked like bits and the white fabric has faint gray circle scribbles like loose threads. I think it worked well together. 

Please go and vote HERE for your top 7 quilts in this challenge. You have until Jan 15th 8 p.m. cst  Thank YOU!!!

linking up with Lorna @ Let's Bee Social
Lee @ Freshly Pieced

and Finish it friday with  Crazy mom Quilts


Carla said…
Drooling over your art and your new blade. Great piece, Kris. Sounds like you had a blast creating, which is what it is all about. It's even better when your project turns out awesome like yours. I really like how your binding incorporates with the design.
Jen said…
Woo this is awesome! Hooray for that new blade, you really created something cool!
Jean said…
I love it! Very interesting piece and the quilting compliments it well. I agree about the blade...we use them way too long!
momiji said…
Great job--I love the improv slashing and piecing. You've got my vote!
Your improv slash and piece quilt is spectacular! Love the shades of black and white colour choice - it gets my vote for sure!
the zen quilter said…
I LOVE this piece. It's just perfect. and you definitely hit the nail on the head with this challenge.
Cheryl said…
Awesome composition!

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