Indianapolis Modern Quilt Guild was apart of the Robert Kaufman Charm Pack Challenge. Our theme was “Spring”. Only stipulation, the charm pack fabrics had to be the focus and you can do whatever. I had my idea in mine the minute I got my hands on my charm pack.
My brother in law was looking for a baby quilt for a friend that is having a girl later this month. They are not doing traditional girly colors, they did go with purple and orange. I looked around before the challenge for fabric that I wanted to use and didn’t really find anything that inspired me. With the brights charm pack I instantly thought rainbow. I wanted to sort the colors from dark to lightest and showcase them that way. Sewing a rainbow wasn’t exactly what I wanted to do either.
I started cutting the charm pack into 1.5″ strips of each square. Each color was sorted darkest to lightest and sewn in that order. Finding a gray that would brighten the colors and still look springy was key. I chose a Kona solid, can’t remember the exact color. Piecing was easy with 3.5″ gray strips. Here is what was left.
This is the finished product.
This quilt was a lot of fun and I LOVE the final result. Bring on more solids!!