Can you believe it? I thought I had shared this finished quilt a few weeks ago but, nope. I didn't share this one. The pattern is called Bright Boxes and used to be on Pattern Jam. I couldn't find it there today.
I made the blocks as part of the Rainbow Scrap Challenge a couple of years ago. It took me over a year to decide on the border as I didn't like the pattern's border. Here's my version of Bright Boxes.
I'm not sure why I only made 9 colored blocks. In the center block I used one of each of the colors. I used a white So Fine thread and Classic Stipple for the quilting design.
Do you recognize this backing? I used it on another quilt that you can see here. If you hang out with me you'll be seeing it again at least once over the next few weeks. I will still have enough left over fabric to do another smaller quilt. I probably will use it on this year's Rainbow Scrap Challenge is done.
Check out that binding too! I gathered bits and pieces of bright strips to make the binding.
Here's a final look at Bright Boxes. I used 3.5" squares for the boxes and for border I used 3.5" unfinished half square triangles. Unfortunately, I like this quilt so much I really don't want to give it away. I'm sure this one will be passed on to a charity soon.