Other Palettes Are Great, Too!
A rainbow of colors makes an eye-catching quilt to enjoy on a table or wall. It’s a simple project that you can have finished up quickly.
Low-volume prints in the background and black squares make the crayon colors pop while not being overwhelming.
Plus, it looks great in many color themes. The quilt was inspired by “Scrappy Blues” by Annette Plog, which is wonderful in a variety of blue prints. Replicate the larger quilt by adding more blocks in your preferred color theme.
Play with fabrics from your stash for your own rendition. Go with the rainbow theme or with another combination that you love.
The finished quilt, designed by Lindsay Mayland from Happy Hour Stitches, is 38″ square. Learn more about the quilt here.
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