So I started with the chevron inspiration and decided to do a rainbow and then it sort of morphed into something all it's own! Over the last few months I've been using the last of bits yardage to cut into half square triangles to be sort of ready to go. I ended up using pieces from all sorts of leftover projects.
I had originally intended to make this a twin size quilt for her bed, but it ended up being more a throw blanket size. Sizing appropriately for mattresses is definitely something I'm still working on, but who can say no to extra blankets?
I finished the quilt top just after Thanksgiving and didn't have to buy any fabric for it! I happened to have a purple twin size sheet from when I bought a cheap sheet set at Goodwill to make a toga a while back. I used that as the backing. The only things I needed to buy were the batting, binding fabric, and quilting thread.
The finished piece! It was a little hard to give this one away. I'm so so so happy with how it came out and kinda tempted to make another one just like it. I just have a bunch of projects and stuff to finish before I could get around to it again. Story of my life.
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