The Rainbow Scrap Challenge color this month was "multi-color", fabrics that don't read even mostly as a single color. I skipped my butterfly for the month and dug through the scrap bins to make this instead. I think the setting triangles and the centers of the squares qualify as multicolor.
I made this to live here:
The point of it is this:
Believe me, this looks so much better than the ratty old towel we used to have there to protect the chair from dog hair and prints! Well, the dog looked equally cute, but the ratty towel...not so much! So, there we have it: it looks like a quilt for the dog (and didn't that earn me a few horrified looks from a couple of ladies at the quilt guild who overheard me talking with another pet lover) but it technically is for the chair! And as far as protecting the chair by keeping the dog off the chair...Sigh. We're marshmallows and that ship sailed about 3 days after Rosie moved in 2 years ago.
It wasn't on the list of things I should be working on, but it was quick and easy, just what I needed to draw me into my sewing corner again. Now I'm playing with these pretties, also not on my list! (I think I need to move away from "should" in the sewing room so it continues to be a happy place.)
This isn't my usual fare of bright colors but I really like the soft quilt taking shape. I'll share more next week.
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