After seeing the Thousand Pyramids in the quilt show at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, a year ago, making a Thousand Pyramids quilt has been on my "to-do" list. In fact, the triangles for my quilt have been cut out and ready to use since last fall. Now is the time!
My color scheme is Spring itself---chartreuse and other yellow greens, turquoises, yellows and grays. I recently picked up a new Art Gallery fabric with a rolling hill design which I thought might be a great addition and I was just about to cut some more triangles. But when I took out my bag with the already cut pieces, I realized I shouldn't add anything more. The new fabric might go on the back of the quilt. Time will tell!
There's the Thousand Pyramids Quilt from the Pilgrim/Roy Collection "Quilts and Color" MFA exhibit last year. It was made in Ohio in the 1930's. All those jewel tone colors! It's a beauty!