I'm calling it "Earth" for perhaps obvious reasons:
I washed it (per the amazing Weeks Ringle's advice - not to me personally, but she does it and she is, well - amazing!) and now it is all crinkly and even more earthy and I love it.
What saved it was, I think, two things - first, trimming the heck out of the incredibly wonky blocks, and two, the sashing. I'm not normally a sashing kind of girl, but I must admit I like not only that it saved the quilt - I think it adds something, too.
When I started this piece I admit I was a little arrogant because I figured I had done similar techniques and it would not be difficult. Let me just say how wrong I was - it kicked my butt! But I'm so glad I persevered because these fabrics are so delicious - I think I want more!
I'm entering this one in the art quilt category. Even though it is throw or even bed-sized, it's pretty arty, I think. I would probably hang it up on the wall because I love looking at it, but like I said, it could be a throw or even go on a bed - that's one of the really great things about quilts - they have so many functions!
Thanks Amy for the festival - it's sew fun and inspiring!