A Rainbow Scrap Challenge finish! This was my 2016 RSC quilt, and I finally finished it earlier this summer. It is Kathy Doughty's "Soul Searching" pattern from her book Making Quilts, but I call mine Rhombesque Rainbow, which is a better title than Diamond-Shaped Blocks in the Colors of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. I quilted the diamond shapes in straight lines using my walking foot, and inspired by Quilting Jetgirl's circuit board motif, I quilted the neutral background diamonds in a circuit board motif. That, at least, was my intention; however, my "circuit board" ended up looking like a maze for a fruit fly. When machine quilting, I always begin quilting too small, so then the machine quilting takes forever, but I practiced my machine quilting, used a lot of scraps, and finished a quilt. All good. . . .
Thanks, Angela, for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge motivation each month. I always look forward to the Saturday posts which bring colorful projects from all around the world.