Hooray! Another finish!
I called this quilt "Kaleidoscope Strippy" for the longest time because the fabrics in it are the same as the ones I used in another project - Star City. When I was cutting the strips from which to cut the kaleidoscope triangles, I cut some more strips in random widths to make a second quilt.
I intended to simply sew the WOF strips together in an order similar to the strips on the original inspiration, one of our towels:
But then I embarked on my UFO-finishing strategy of turning UFOs into quilts for the nieces and nephews, and something that was only 40" wide (as a WOF-strip quilt tends to be) wouldn't work. So I made strip sets and cut them up, then rearranged them in a parquet setting. Then the name came to me - Up, Down and All Around, because the stripes seemed to go every which way.
I quilted this quilt in my favourite loopy loop quilting motif using Aurifil 40wt thread in the colour 2324 that magically seems to go with everything.
Backing is another favourite - Ikea Nummer fabric.
And binding is a fun orange print.
The quilt finishes at 60" x 72", and it's one of my Q2 FAL finishes. Woo hoo!