Scrap Stripping for me has to have at least one common color denominator. It has to do with my 'Quilt Comfort Zone' between being a 'Traditionalist' and a 'Wannabe Modern Abstractionist'. For me it's a challenge to balance the two to suit my 'Right/Left Brainy-arexia'.
At any rate, the common color denominator was strips of dark teal blue which were sandwiched in between every third or fourth scrap strip. Had to work on that fourth strip option...left brain analytical rule of 'Three's'...what a 'Corpus Collusm' pain in the brain!
After several days of flipping, flopping, adding, subtracting, matching, mis-matching, stitching and un-stitching....this is what 'Split Brainiac Sue' settled on....
....The SixtyDegree Corpus Collusm Project!
It's going to hang there while I recover from NeuroverTaxation and am able to analytically (left brain) or creatively (right brain) decide to add traditional borders or to break out the Tylenol and set the left over strip to the bottom. Then I'll have to deal with stripped triangles up...points down...or flipped over...or offset on the left side...which makes my left brain needing a dose of Pepto and my right brain getting off on the Pepto being PINK.
Maybe by the next 'Design Wall Monday' I'll have made a decision.
In the meantime, I'm linking to Judy's Patchwork Place