Rainbow Spiderweb Quilt

I've been wanting to take some pictures of this quilt for a couple weeks now but the weather has not been cooperating with all the dreary, rainy days. The sun was shining today though! Gary and I managed to get a couple photos, even though it was windy.


It's super rainbowy, isn't it? I think I was really needing some color therapy when I started this project. I'm so happy with this quilt, it's made from scraps and fabrics from my stash. My goal was to use up what I have and I did! Even the batting is made from pieces patched together.


I sewed some larger pieces of fabric together for the back, in rainbow order, of course! The quilting is simple diagonal lines that I kept straight by following a strip of painters tape. I'm lazy about marking, so the tape works great for me!


For the binding, I chose some dark blue fabric that I've had forever. I'm feeling pretty good about using up all that fabric!




Rainbow Spiderweb Quilt
Finished size: 56" x 56"
Machine pieced and quilted by me
HERE is my original post about this quilt.

Linking up with Finish It Up Friday at Crazy Mom Quilts

Comments

  1. I love this one, especially the blues in the background. It's great that you used everything from what you had on hand. Pretty finish!

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  2. Amazing fun colorful quilt!

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  3. That turned out stunning!
    I love the painters tape tip too :) I'm working on one now that would have been a good candidate for that method.

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  4. I love this. So bright and cheerful!

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  5. So pretty! And like the others said, so cheerful and happy!

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    1. Thank you, Marianne! It makes me happy just looking at it!

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  6. I love this so much and these pics turned out great. I love the bicycle pic too.

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  7. So beautifully bright!!! Exactly what is needed after the gray of winter

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  8. This is so bright and happy. I love it and will have to make one myself.

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