Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Scrap-A-Palooza! Quilt #15 Part One

It seems like such a long time since I have posted a Scrap-A-Palooza quilt.  After finishing my little scrappy string quilt, I have been digging through my scraps waiting for inspiration to strike and everything I pulled to work on just didn't seem to want to come together.  





Today, as I was putting away some scraps, I realized I really need to work with some bright colors.  I grabbed these five drawers of scraps and was instantly inspired to make a rainbow quilt.  I think I am going to do something with a simple nine patch block.  I hope to put a nice dent in these scraps with this quilt so I am going to keep any solids or unifying sashing to a minimum.




I realize now that I haven't made a rainbow quilt since I made the scrappy version of my Wiggle Time pattern.  And that was back in 2013!



Quilting is more fun than Housework 
Now that I have my scraps it is time to finalize a plan and start cutting. I will be back next week to share how I determined my cut sizes and maybe even start laying out the blocks

Usually once inspiration strikes I move at a pretty fast pace!


Quilting is more fun than Housework
So check your own scrap bins and fabric stashes - maybe you will decide to sew along and make your own rainbow quilt.  You can share your progress on Oh Scrap! each Sunday afternoon. 
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13 comments:

  1. wow, how organized are you to have such spiffy colour filled drawers to keep you inspired. A happy rainbow quilt is sure to be in your future. I think spring does this for us. Happy Quilting

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  2. Hope to come along for this ride on #15, Cynthia! I have a few scraps with me in blues, reds, greens and purples, so I can get a start. Two weeks to go and my entire scrap collection (and stash! I've missed you so) will be once again at my disposal.

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  3. I love rainbow quilts and look forward to seeing what you do.

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  4. Love the colors with the white!! And your quilting compliments the top perfectly!

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  5. I love rainbow quilts, but unfortunately my stash is currently packed away. I can't wait to see your rainbow shine though! :)

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  6. I love rainbows! Love the rainbow quilt.

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  7. Love your rainbow quilt, and the scrappy pattern.

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  8. Those bins of beautiful rainbow colors would have me all happy and planning too Cyndy! Enjoy your week of creating another great scrappy quilt!

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  9. Ooh... those scrap bins make me so very happy. Now I want to make something rainbow-y too! :)

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  10. You just can't beat a rainbow quilt for making something cheerful! I like the one you showed, and I'm sure the next will be just as delightful.

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  11. Well, the colors you have in those boxes are very striking! Can't wait to see what you come up with...

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  12. You know I love a rainbow! This one is so fantastic, and those scrap drawers are just full of promise!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

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  13. Rainbow projects are my favorite. Your is lovely!

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