I think I've seen this design called a snail's trail? I'm not sure. It looks like the blocks are spinning or twirling to me, so for now I'm referring to it as the Orange Twirl Quilt. The cutting is really straight forward as it's all squares, but it did take me last evening and part of this morning to complete because I was working with leftover fabrics and not yardage. Then the playing began. I arranged the fabrics like this...
and then like this.... This design really relies on contrast, so before I started, I tried to place all the fabrics in stacks of light or dark. That helped, but it often takes standing back from the layout and viewing the arrangement from a distance or taking a photo of the placement to really see how the colours are interacting with one another.
I managed to get four rows of four blocks each out of all the orange fabrics I had on hand (even though it looks incomplete in the picture above, I have the pieces to finish those lower blocks - I just ran out of space on my design board). I'm looking forward to spending an evening piecing while enjoying an audio book and with any luck, a finishing idea will come to me so I complete the project I showed you a peek of earlier this week. ;o)