variation - cut 20 strips in half, then cut the other 20 strips into thirds (approximately 13 inches), which really helps with the scrappiness. Before sewing, I put the strips in the dryer on the air only setting for a few minutes to make it more scrappy.
"Attic Stairs" is a no-thinking-required scrap-buster. As you generate scraps from other projects, cut and toss into 2 piles: one dark and one light. Sew pairs, then trim into final size. Different scrap quilt.
Enjoy the Beacon of Hope pattern from Quilting Quickly Spring 2014 issue. Designer DeElda Wittmack designed and made a cheerful quilt to honor all breast cancer survivors. What's better than flowers- pink flowers!Finished size: x 91