I wanted to be able to count this as a completion in 2012, and was happy to finish it yesterday. I’ve added a hanging sleeve. It will hang for a while in the area usually reserved for my seasonal quilts, until I can set up a hanger in my sewing room. It's a good reminder of the colorwheel.
Most of the information regarding this project has been covered in previous posts, but in summary: This quilt is almost entirely comprised of fabrics that Wanda Hanson sold as kits last summer, all taken from her stash. I substituted a few pieces as I was putting it together. It measures about 29" square and has 196 different fabrics. Both Wanda and Debbie helped me along with the process via comments and e-mails. I quilted it by stitching in the ditch with lots of thread color changes.
I’ve named it Colorwash I... not a very original name, but it is optimistic as it assumes there will be a “II” sometime down the road.