A RAINBOW FINISH
Last week I pieced together my rainbow of strips which I decided not to make into a crayon quilt. The strips made a colorful 40 X 40 inch top. I used a fleece crib blanket for the backing and the binding.
I finally finished it yesterday.
This will be one of my three Project Linus quilts which will be collected by our Monona Quilters guild in another week.
For pink this month I’ve made a Folded Box block. Now I have a total of eight at 12 inches each. My idea is to alternate them with Kona steel gray blocks for a modern setting.
But for a top I will need about eight more blocks. So I am going to make Churn Dash blocks in similar colors to add to the mix. Maybe it will be for RSC18. At least I have the plan made in advance.
It’s satisfying to finish my projects this year, probably for the first year I’ve been in Rainbow Scrap Challenge. This also keeps me looking for new ideas and new ways of doing things better by linking up with all of you talented people.
Hope you all have a chance to work on some finishes this week, or at least make some progress on those WIPs.
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