My design wall fell down.
Granted, it's only a piece of batting pinned to the wall, but it has worked pretty well for at least a couple years! I may come up with a more stable option at some point, but for now, I just stuck it back up there. As I looked at my sewing space from the step stool, 
I noticed that my habit of fabric piling was getting out of hand. 
Time to clean up and make a fresh start!

The last time I organized my scraps, I made a box of tiny scraps, which quickly became filled and overflowing with any and all scraps. 
There were leftovers from the Supernova quilt, my dad's quilt and Pastor Jamie's table runner. And lots of sheet scraps.


I took the biggest and most colorful rainbow scraps and decided to use them in this quilt back for my Supernova quilt! The strips are 18" long by whatever wide. The sun block is the practice block I made for my dad's quilt.  

Now to put the Supernova quilt all together. 
I don't know how I'm going to quilt it yet, but I really want to finish it up! 
Hope you all had a great Monday!  

Linking up with Scraps Monday at A Quilting Life


  1. Love that you finished your backing before your quilt....and it is great!

  2. Your sun block is wonderful!! What a great backing for your quilt. Your colors are so much fun.

  3. This is just strikingly beautiful! I love rainbow scrapping, and you've done a gorgeous job with yours! Love it so much, good job!

  4. Yeah, I am so excited. That is going to be fantastic on the back. I have not even started mine but you set the bar high! Love it.

  5. I love the backing you came up with. Would have been a great front too. :)

  6. Those are some amazing scraps for your quilt back!!!

    1. Thanks Sherri,
      I think I like the back as much as the front!


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