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7 Lucky Rainbow Quilts to Make

By March 14, 2022Blog

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?

First up Morgan‘s bright scrappy strip quilt. I love the variety in the width of strips along with all the beautiful scrappy fabrics. Make your own with her tutorial.

Next if your scraps are smaller sized you may want to try Emma Jean Jansen‘s Rainbow Scrap Strip quilt. It would be a way to play in your scrap bins. Her tutorial can be found here.

Small Projects

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.

Crumbs

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.

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