I started making these way back in September of 2017 as a way to use up the smallest scrap pieces of fabric that wouldn't fit anywhere else. Each 10.5 inch block is made of twenty-five 2.5 inch squares created with a 1.5 x 2.5 print fabric and the same size low volume background piece. After making 25 of these blocks in light, medium, and dark shades of all the rainbow colors, I decided that was enough!
This week I sewed them together! They went together quickly, using the Speed Quilt Assembly method I learned from Carole at From My Carolina Home.
I think this is the same as "webbing" a quilt, but I had never taken the time to learn exactly what that meant!
All the blue blocks webbed together - medium and light blue blocks above, and dark blue block in lower left corner.
And the quilt flimsy finished -
It measures 50.5 x 50.5.
Other light blue blocks completed in April:
It's almost time for a new color, and I'm ready! How about you?
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