My One and Only Two-Color Pineapple

Economy in a new setting
I make bed quilts. I make them my way. In 2004 I figured out how to cut two squares of fabric into 64 trapezoids and triangles to make a pair of ordinary Pineapple blocks.  I do this without measuring. I do it without wasting any fabric. And I do it with only 14 rotary cuts.
Discarded metal kitchen cabinets were mine for the taking. I hauled them onto a dolly which I pushed up the street to my apartment. My building superintendent installed them in my sewing room. Because they are metal, I use magnets to attach quilt blocks to the cabinets' surfaces. It's a New York City design wall where every  space is used to its advantage.