As I mentioned in my last post, I am working on a tilted square I-spy quilt for my grand-nephew. I may have gotten carried away because I looked through all of my novelty fabric and fussy cut a few hundred squares with good images for a 3 inch square. Unfortunately I have now learned that three-year old boys don't have king sized beds, so I may have cut too many squares.
I did successfully edit and re-sort my novelty fabric. I even uncovered a significant area of floor space. And more to the point, I have decided that keeping the novelty fabric separate means that it is often left out of quilts. I have learned from the Sane, Crazy, Crumby Quilt blog that novelty prints can really add zest and fun to a scrappy quilt. And with that in mind, here is a kitten made of kittens on a bright green background. If you can't get enough of bright green, I suggest you check out what others are making during the month of August at the Rainbow Scrappy Challenge.