Saturday, January 24, 2015

Rainbow Scrap Challenge - Crumbs



I put the pedal to the metal this week and sewed together my rainbow crumb blocks. I had to make a few more blocks for a layout of 7 blocks across by 10 blocks down. That's a total of 70 blocks measuring 6" finished, so right now the quilt top is 42" x  60". The orange is a bit out of control, but that's okay :)








It was a riot of colour in my sewing room joining these crumb blocks together. Just look at all those tiny bits that are finally being used up in a quilt.
I'm not sure if this quilt is done or if I might add a border, but for now it is making me happy just to look at it as it is :)
To see more rainbow scrap challenge projects, hop over to SoScrappy.


43 comments:

  1. It's so bright...I love it! :0)

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  2. Wow, it warms me up on this cold winter day. The orange is just riiight...

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  3. I wouldn't have that much orange in my stash! Its a great quilt top, and as you say, a riot of colour. Love it, its terrific.

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  4. Gorgeously bright! What a happy quilt!!!

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  5. This is definitely a happy quilt! Gorgeous!

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  6. I love it. It is a really happy quilt.

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  7. What a fun quilt. It looks great

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  8. I love all those bright colours, esp the Orange!

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  9. That is gorgeous Kathy!! love, love, love the Orange😍. I keep saying I'm going to participate in the RSC, but I haven't yet. But it is on my radar! Love ALL of your projects that have come from this challenge!

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  10. Love the colors! Perfect for the cold gray days of winter! I like it either way - with or without borders.

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  11. Great eye candy for a grey morning.

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  12. I bet that is fun just sit and look at.

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  13. That's a quilt that will wake you up!

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  14. So fun--love the riot of color and scrappiness!

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  15. Fabulous!!! Reminds me of Skittles. :)

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  16. I thought the same as Judy - Skittles! It does need a stop border to hold it together, but I think it is just wonderful.

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  17. Love the brilliant colours. Wonderful job!

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  18. I just want to smile - ear to ear- looking at the happy goodness in the quilt!

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  19. Beautiful and brilliant quilt, so bright, perfect for winter!

    I'm running a fabric giveway, you are welcome to enter!

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  20. I LOVE it! Maybe I can do that with my crumb blocks this year.

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  21. Oh, yes! Glorious color! It made me happy to see it, too. "Down with Brown" I choose the colors of flowers over the colors of dirt.
    Hugs

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  22. It is gorgeous! What a great way to brighten up your sewing room and your mood(if you had to) with all those colours!! Love it!!

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  23. Oh WOW--what a gorgeous Rainbow finish...it is just so GRAY outside (AGAIN!!) that that rainbow of yours makes perfect sense....hugs, Julierose from Snowy wet CT ugh

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  24. Rainbow-liciousness there on your machine! Glad to see it coming to the end of the project. Borders then quilting and you are DONE. Happy Sewing!

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  25. Beautiful and bright, my favorite kind of quilt. Great way to use up all those little scraps.

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  26. you're right: it's a VERY HAPPY quilt!

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  27. Love the bright colors! I'm laying here in a hospital bed under observation for two days without anything to work on and your quilt is giving me inspiration. Can't wait to get out and dig through my scraps but I don't think they will be a bright and wonderful as yours. Love it!

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  28. wow, I love it. Good to work on getting it done, or at least closer to done.

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  29. Such a happy sight--could brighten the darkest winter day!

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  30. I love it!!! Such a great way to use up your crumbs!!

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  31. That quilt makes me happy looking at it, too. What a fun quilt. Makes me smile.

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  32. I like looking at it too. The orange is perfect.

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  33. oh I love this! so happy and bright, you might consider black/white for borders...and I do NOT think the orange is out of control...love it as it is...way to use up bits and pieces. just stunning

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