It's not quite finished yet. I think I might add a pieced border to make it a little bit bigger. It measures 48x48 right now, which is a good baby quilt size, but I would like to make it closer to 60x60. I just think that size is a little more versatile.
I love the kaleidoscope pattern, particularly with the huge variety of fabrics in this quilt. There are 16 different fabrics in this one. When I start pulling fabrics for a "rainbow" type quilt, I just can't stop! I always justify it to myself though by saying that it just gives me more to work with for the backing- and, you know using so many in one quilt also allows me to keep on fabric shopping!
Last weeks party was fantastic! Check out some of the beauties that really caught my eye-
Curlyque Sue shared her sweet Granny Square quilt. I love the scalloped edge!
Leigh Laurel Studios linked up this pretty plus quilt (you know I'm a sucker for the blue/green combo!)
and Renewing Mrs. Sew and Sew showed off this lovely quilt. I love how the sunshine behind it just makes it glow!
What have you been working on lately? With studying for my exam, I feel like I've really missed a lot! I can't wait to see!
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