Now that I have a plan and can visualize and end to this project I've give it a name: Rainbow's End. I've been working on it in bits of time and am making good progress on getting the blocks together.
I even found a good fabric in my stash to use as the background. I intended to use white but I think that this mottled pale blue will make it a little more acceptable if I decided to give it to an adult.
I have about half of the blocks made and have plenty of scraps left for the rest of them. There are probably even a few placemats in there too. Once I get the blocks made this should go together pretty quickly......until I get sidetracked by something else.
6/14/2017 05:51:14 pm
Love your improv blocks!
6/14/2017 08:24:22 pm
Those colors are beautiful. You will always be happy under that quilt.
6/14/2017 09:14:17 pm
Oh, it looks like so much fun! What great sewing results.
6/15/2017 07:53:47 am
"until I get sidetracked by something else" is my general downfall in completing quilt projects.
6/15/2017 09:30:01 am
So the crumb blocks will be recut to make the snowballs? It is going to be a very pretty and colorful quilt! I agree the blue will look good for the background and not be a stark and using white. Oh, I haven't forgotten about sending you the keys. I just have not gotten around to mailing them.
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I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.