Wednesday, 20 July 2016

Rainbow Rose QAL - Final Link up and Giveaways!

Welcome to our final link up of our Rainbow Rose Quilt-A-Long!  We have been exploring the colour wheel by making this block the Rainbow Rose based on the traditional Dutch Rose block!


For all our posts on the color wheel and with complete instructions to make this block in 2 sizes for a baby quilt or a bed quilt see our QAL tab at the top of this blog or follow the links below:

June 8th: Cutting & Piecing the middles, Warm & Cool Colours
June 15th: Piecing the corners, Tints, Shades & Tones
June 22nd: Piecing the centre star, Complimentary Colour Schemes
June 29th: Assembly & optional Applique borders, Analgous, Monochromatic & Achromatic Colour Schemes

Now its time for the Prizes!
Prizes!


We have three prizes for our final link up party:

a fat quarter bundle to the value of €20 from LoveFabric.ie.







3 month's of Love Patchwork & Quilting Magazine from Fluffy Sheep Quilting








And a prize all the way from Japan from Slaney Handcraft.  Tomomi has collected some patchwork related items while on her recent trip for us to giveaway in our final linkup!

To win our prizes, link up a photo, instagram or flickr image, or a blog post of your finished quilt top or finished quilt of the Rainbow Rose by clicking the blue linky button below.

The linky party is open until the 30th July so there is still time to finish up some quilting and piecing!  Random number generator will choose a winner to be announced on August 1st!





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4 comments:

  1. Thank you for hosting this awesome quilt along! I really enjoyed making my version and I am excited to see how all the others turned out. :)

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    1. Thanks a million for quilting a long Yvonne, congrats on the shout out on your Rainbow Rose from Aurifil - very excited to see it!

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  2. Although I didn't take part I have loved watching all the different quilts come about , mostly on ig

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    1. Thanks Helen, I love how they are all quite different from each other and it has been great fun seeing the fabric choices people have made!

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