So far, this one's pretty simple. It's just a way for me to play around with a lot of the scraps I have on-hand. The idea is to use the Drunkard's Path templates that Jeff gave me for my birthday, and play with color. It's going to be a child's quilt, simple and bright. I'm turning the wedge pieces inward to create circles. Should be six columns wide; each column will be its own color scheme. I'll fade from dark-interior / light-exterior on one side to the opposite (light-interior / dark exterior) on the other.
Colors are based on the scrap I had lying around: pinky-purply, red, blue, green, brown, and black.
I have an idea of who it might be for, but it's early yet. We'll see. Yep, that's who I thought.
Oh, the name? The circles and intense colors reminded me of the colored gels used in stage lighting.
Tidbit from later: the scraps left over from cutting the backgrounds went on to make Das Blinkenlights.