So, I'm finished juggling rainbows! It took a good bit of perseverance to work through all the irregular sashing shapes while trying to maintain the light-to-saturated color scheme. In fact, I believe it took about 3 solid nights of work!
I haven't measured the finished quilt top, but that's my husband doing his best to hold it here. It's definitely a big one!
After Kona Sky and Banana, I used Kona Aritchoke sashing and some Kona Peridot in the far left corner.
To be honest, I'm still not in love with the layout I created. But, I'm thinking that this is going to be the kind of quilt that's more fun to examine on a macro level, rather than from afar. And, I suppose, that's how quilts are enjoyed anyways - a piece at a time on your lap. I'm sure the family who receives it will be blessed!
Since you can't see the saturated corner very well in the first pictures, here's another view.
Ooh, and I had a little fun with this one! Alecia Sharp (Beauty in the Details) made the petite little cross block without any border.
I found that I had too much green space in the saturated corner, so I enlarged her block using this this little stripe block I had made last month. Love the way the colors blend so well!
I'm looking forward to seeing this "Rainbow Craze" quilt finished and off to it's new family as soon as I get past some upcoming deadlines. Thanks for your patience, friends in the Faith Circle!