Saturday, December 7, 2019

rsc rainbow

Just in time for the rainbow scrap challenge check in, I have a rainbow top finished. It was so fun to see the chain come together as I sewed the rows. Each of the color parts are strips and crumbs sewn together to make "fabric". It is called end of the rainbow.


Rainbow quilts take a whole year to percolate. Every month, it takes one color, and, then, after many colors, it is ready to reveal itself.


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12 comments:

  1. That is so lovely! Congratulations on getting your blocks together. Is it your own design? (I don't remember!)

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  2. This quilt top is gorgeous, I love the idea of making my own fabric from scraps! I have not participated in RSC this year, but followed along with interest, definitely missed it and look out 2020!

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  3. Beautiful work. I presume your width strips were 2 and half. What size were your blocks? Great use of scraps.

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  4. it is looking good - I plan to finish mine up this week just haven't had time for it this week

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  5. MUST. Make. This quilt!!! LOVE how your quilt top turned out!

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  6. It's gorgeous and worth a year of making!

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  7. Very pretty, great use of lots of scraps!

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  8. I love how all your scrappy blocks came together in a lovely quilt. Great job.

    Thanks for sharing with Oh Scrap!

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  9. It is beautiful!!! Love it :-)

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  10. I love it!! and it reminds me I have some of those blocks!!! Thanks for linking to Finished or Not Finished Friday ;-)

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