St. Patty’s day is this week. So I thought it would be fun to share seven lucky rainbow quilts. They are a fun way to create a colorful, scrap happy quilt. Which ones will you try?
Maybe your looking for a small project try. If so then this fourth project is just the thing. Amy’s sweet little mug rug. would make a fun gift. A sunny and colorful way to brighten anyone’s day. Her tutorial can be found here.
Next why not try Christa’s charm friendly Rainbow Taffy? What a great way to use up leftover charm squares. Get her free pattern
If you are into solids you’ll love Alli’s Rainbow remix. She includes a pillow and a quilt. How fun is that? I love how bright and happy her solids are.
Finally, Over the Rainbow was a fun quilt for me to create. I also used bright happy solids to create a rainbow effect. While using low volume prints for my clouds. This pattern can be found in my Crumb Quilts book.
Moving it Forward
Now before I head out let me share something new that will be happening on the blog as well as on my Facebook page. Actually I’m bringing back Moving it Forward Mondays. A fun opportunity to share what you’re moving forward. No need to have a finish to celebrate. After all it is by small and simple things that great things are brought to pass. So if you’ve cut out a project, sewn blocks, finished a top or quilted a quilt let us know. Share your pictures on the Facebook page or just tell us in the comments here. I want to cheer you on. My share is a rainbow quilt I’ve been working on out of disappearing four patches. Learn how to make the Disappearing four patch block. It’s quick and easy with this tutorial.