Here are two of her larger leftovers quilts.
I like the way Marti combines larger pieces with tiny shards. I also like the fact that she has lots of interesting shapes. That's because the quilts she made to begin with had lots of interesting shapes, requiring a lot of diagonal and even curved cuts.
By contrast, my own quilts tend to yield only plain rectangular leftover bits. It's only when I use other people's leftovers that I get to work with odd shapes. (I suppose I could cut my rectangles into triangles and wedges and then sew them together, but somehow that seems to violate the spirit of leftovers art: you should work with what you get.)