Hooray for Row 7, aka the Double Ladder Row! After the last two more intricate rows, it’s a nice break to do something easy.
My ROYGBIV Yonder gradient continues with this yellow from Pinkerville. It’s kind of an oddball with the mint on the lemon yellow, but that also makes it a great transition piece as I head into greens. I meant to get a third of a yard to do this row, but I got a half. Whoops, more yellow fabric! Who know’s how that happened? I probably could’ve gotten by with a quarter yard if I was trying to be careful.
There’s a typo on the cutting diagram for the background. You will need (20) 2″ x 5½” rectangles and (30) 1½” squares. Sorry about that guys. The moral of the story is that I shouldn’t try and proof complex patterns while gestating a Gremlin (aka last year, not gestating a Gremlin now before you get all excited).
And just like that you have Row 7. And it’s the thickest row in the quilt, so by now I feel like we’ve covered a lot of ground.
My Tula gradient reminds of Starburst candy.
Taste the (quilty) rainbow, even when it doesn’t fit in the picture any more.