When I found this fun fat quarter in my stash, I knew just what I wanted to do.
And I'm calling this new project "Rainbow Jungle!"
I really had fun making some wonky trees for this Christmas project, so my plan is to make a bunch of them this year, in a rainbow of colors, using both solids and prints.
Since January's color is green, I pulled out several green fabrics, including my inspiration fabric.
And very quickly, I had these trees stitched up!
Each tree is a 6.5 inch square, so 4 of them will make a 12 inch finished block. Since 20 twelve inch blocks will make a nice little quilt, I'll need to make 8 trees each month. Eventually I'll sew them into the larger blocks, but I want to mix up the colors, so I won't do that until the end of the year.
Meanwhile, progress is already happening on some of my older RSC quilts! I've been working on the final block for Tiny Rails.
I ordered some wide backing for the Tiny Tuesday quilt from Bernie at Needle and Foot Fine Fabrics, and it came yesterday. I've had this text fabric on my wishlist for a long time, so when I saw that it came in 108 inches wide, and was on sale, too, I ordered a bunch!
I think there's enough for two quilt backings here!
You need to see a close-up -
"Friendship is like a rainbow between two hearts."
Looking forward to seeing what everyone is working on this first week in January over at SoScrappy on ScrapHappy Saturday!