I've made the all sizes quilt twice. The first version is bright and colorful, and is featured in the book. This quilt has been on loan to the publisher, so it's been hanging in the C&T booth at various quilt shows around the country. (It was hanging up at Quilt Con, which was fun to see.)
For that reason, and because I thought it would be fun to have the quilt made up in a completely different color way, I made the bruiser quilt. Same pattern, totally different look. I never get tired of seeing the variety that can come from a single pattern! I love the masculine feel of the bruiser quilt. Much like the quilt I shared yesterday, I pieced this quilt a little at a time. I would sew HST blocks in sets of 10, 20 or 50. Press, trim, add to the design wall. Repeat. Eventually the quilt gets finished!
Many thanks to the friends who have shared their not-so-bright scraps with me, that made this quilt possible. :)