I love purple, but purple can be hard with all of its different shades from reddish to bluish.
Luckily, all of the rainbow quilts I am working on this year lend themselves to separating all of those different shades.
First up, my "birch tree" blocks.
My Medallion Log Cabin blocks.
My "made-fabric" wonky stars.
And finally, my flying geese blocks.
And since I had all of that purple out, I decided to whip up a quick comfort quilt top with it. I pulled some fabric pieces that have been lingering in my stash forever. One piece was leftover from a sundress I made for myself in 1992. Seriously. It was time to go. I pulled some "ugly" fabric I couldn't see myself using anytime soon(dark purple tie dye) and mixed in some pretty fabrics I adore (large purple flowers) and they just kinda work. I also had some random white triangular cutoffs from another project that would work perfectly as wonky star points. So I went with a quick and simple go to pattern. I used up some stash, saved some fabric from the trash and make a purplicious quilt! I hope to get it quilted up in the next couple of weeks.
And finally, my stash bee queen this month picked this Wanta Fanta block in purple for her block this month. Lucky me! I hopw she loves it.
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