Rainbow Cascade – Nudge for Set 13

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Welcome back to the Rainbow Cascade Quilt Along!

This is your Set 13 nudge – a friendly reminder to help keep you on track with your Rainbow Cascade Quilt Along.

We have just ONE MORE NUDGE to go!

Remember, Rainbow Cascade is made from a single block repeated in a rainbow of colors. Once you’ve completed your blocks, follow the chart in the pattern to piece your  Rainbow Cascade quilt top.

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I’m in the finishing stages for my own Rainbow Cascade and can’t wait to show you my finished quilt top on April 9! Optional for you, and not included in the original instructions: I will be adding a white outside border to the 70″ x 80″ version I am making to make the blocks “float.”

More #secondarypattern from #rainbowcascadeqal! Even though I still have more blocks to make, I couldn't resist piecing together a couple of columns! #sewhookedpattern free on sewhooked.com. #paperpieced

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Blocks to Make March 26 – April 8, 2018

Set 13

This information is also included in the pattern.

The amount and colors of blocks you will make will depend on the size you quilt you choose to work on.

Color listed below indicates MAIN COLOR. See pattern for details.

30″ x 40″ 1 Blue
40″ x 50″ 1 Violet
50″ x 60″ 1 Red, 1 Orange
60″ x 70″ 3 Yellow
70″ x 80″ 2 Green, 2 Blue

Total Block So Far

Includes blocks this week and previous sets.

See quilt images below to see where we’re going!

30″ x 40″ 1 Red 2 Orange 3 Yellow 3 Green  2 Blue
40″ x 50″ 1 Red 2 Orange 3 Yellow 4 Green 5 Blue 3 Indigo  2 Violet
50″ x 60″ 4 Red 3 Orange 3 Yellow 4 Green 5 Blue 5 Indigo 4 Violet
60″ x 70″ 6 Red 6 Orange 6 Yellow 4 Green 4 Blue 6 Indigo 6 Violet
70″ x 80″ 8 Red 8 Orange 8 Yellow 8 Green 7 Blue 6 Indigo 5 Violet

Get the FREE Rainbow Cascade Pattern! ★

or Download Via Craftsy!

Want to choose your own colors? Here’s a fill-in-the-blank color chart!

press seam allowance

I highly recommend using an Add-A Quarter-Ruler during paper piecing to minimize bulk AND to press seams open when piecing paper pieced sections together. You’ll find more instructions in the pattern document.

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What can you make out of these fun blocks?

Why a Rainbow Cascade Quilt of course!

Fabric amounts and instructions are included for the following quilt sizes.

Feel free to add or remove rows as needed for your own personal use.

30 x 40

30″ x 40″

40 x 50

40″ 50″

50 x 60

50″ x 60″

60 x 70

60″ x 70″

70 x 80

70″ x 80″

70 x 80 black background

70″ x 80″ with black background fabric

I’m sure it’s easy to see where the name Rainbow Cascade came from!

Get the FREE Rainbow Cascade Pattern!

or Download Via Craftsy!

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