decide what to do with this quilted piece:
Are you familiar with whole cloth quilting?
Whole cloth quilts are created from one single piece of fabric; unlike patchwork, a whole cloth quilt is not pieced at all. The design across the surface is made entirely from quilting stitches.
They were traditionally made by women who had money enough to purchase wide pieces of fabric.
From Day Style Designs, "This really is an amazing quilting style that deserves a try at least once in your quilting journey."
O.k. Now I don't know what to do with it since it is only about a fourth of a quilt top. It makes me think of a recipe: I've tried it; don't care for it; won't do it again.
But, it was too much work to throw out; any suggestions as to a use for it?