Which resulted in lots of sewing of sashing onto blue four patches. Which turned into this rainbow! Blue is Junes colour but I do have way more blue scraps then any other colour. As I am loving this look and love the simplicity of using my 2.5" scraps and sewing four patches, I am just going to continue sewing. No reason to try and make this into a top anytime soon, just enjoying the process!
While I was on a sashing roll I got together these purple and pink novelty four patches. These blocks (and fabric) were mainly given to me last year from my friends at our Robe retreats. There has been quite a few kids charity quilts made and donated by me since then but not necessarily from the fabrics they gave me. Which is silly because it was all pre cut!
Sew I have been working my way through the bag, sorting blocks into sizes and colours. Sewing up small squares into blocks and then laying out on my lounge room floor (aka design wall). The second top missed out on sashing because I thought all that lovely colour needed to shine undiluted!
I am happy with these two purple n pink tops, just need to consider borders and find some suitable backing fabric. I have already pinned two kids quilts this week, so I am back to having a "to be quilted" pile, only one month after clearing the decks!
Happy quilting Sue.