The top 8 rows and the bottom 12 rows. Honestly, I have no idea why I decided to work a bit from the top and then from the bottom up. Doesn't seem like my logical self, but no matter.
You can see that this quilt is not difficult in the complex sense, but it does require close attention to your cutting lengths and being organised and labelling everything so the rows don't get mixed.
I've been enjoying it. It takes about half an hour each time I pick it up to get into a wee rhythm with the laying, deciding, cutting, and piecing but I'm getting there. Mostly, I just let the fabrics sit randomly as they come off the roll but now and again it does need a wee tweak (turn the strip upside down, piece in another 2.5" width, or skip a bit) just to ensure that there aren't too many occurrences of the same fabric in the same area or touching. It's not an exact science and I promise, I am being much more hands off than usual! ;-)
This section is rows 1 -20 - I think it's growing really well!! I think there are just 10 more rows to piece before there's a flimsy but my little strip rolls of fabric are getting to look awfully small - I wonder will it stretch?
What would you say is the dominant colour of this quilt as you look at it so far? When I had it laid out on the bed for the pic I was surprised by how green it looked, but on the actual photo here I think maybe it's the aqua, or maybe not. Perhaps it's actually reasonably well balanced and scrappy? What do you see?