Show Me Something Rainbow Linkup with Sarah Goer

Every month, my friend Sarah Goer hosts a link-up around a different theme. I was so happy this month when I saw the theme was Rainbow! I am a sucker for a great spectrum, so I couldn’t wait to share my past rainbow projects.


My scrappy rainbow quilt was probably my favorite finish of last year.

It currently hangs in my studio keeping things bright and happy.


This sweet rainbow bundle eventually got all mixed up and turned into a Kayak Point quilt for my niece.



Lastly, my By Your Side pattern lends itself really well to playing with rainbows. The scrappy rainbow version is so close to being done! Maybe this month’s theme was exactly the sort of inspiration I needed to get it finished!


In case you missed it, I’ll be teaching this pattern at Quilting Mayhem in April.


And last but not least there is this little-seen version of the By Your Side rainbow baby quilt. I honestly don’t think I ever took photos of this quilt finished and I can’t even remember who it ended up going to! I hope to make another one of these By Your Side baby quilts very soon.


Besides just showing past projects, I wanted to set myself a goal this month to make something based on the theme. As I said earlier, I would like to finish the scrappy rainbow By Your Side quilt this month. I also would like to play with rainbows using some curved piecing blocks from Modern Curves and Bold Stripes. Or maybe more mini blocks from the Sew Tiny Sampler!  I’ll check in at the end of the month to let you know how I did.


Make sure to visit Sarah’s Linkup page for this month and share your own rainbow projects.


Happy Sewing!


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