The past week I finished up another scrap quilt! This quilt was started by all of the half-square triangle (HST) trimmings from my Scrappy Goose Quilt. A little over a year ago I pieced together the original scrap HST blocks from that quilt, but when it was done it made a pretty small quilt. So I set it aside with the idea that sometime (in the near future) I would make more HST blocks and make the quilt bigger. Fast forward 14 months and the larger HST Chaos quilt is done!
Lora from Quilts by Grace quilted this for me using a modern wave pattern, with the lines spaced around 1 1/2" apart. I've used this quilt pattern on several quilts lately and really like the texture that it creates, and it's unobtrusiveness. I bound the quilt with two multi-color small scale prints, and backed it in "Mallard" blue minky.
This quilt contains 1,024 squares and finished at 64" square. You can see more pictures at #hstchaos. A few people have asked, so I've written up a short tutorial on how I made this quilt. You can find it here, and also on my tutorials page.