Rainbow Ripples & Reverse Ripples Pattern

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16 Responses

  1. Love the PDF you created that we all can download. And what a great way to use the cast offs! I appreciate you sharing all the info about this fantastic project! Take care, Mary.

  2. dezertsuz says:

    It’s fun, either way. So the smaller pieces are set like the one on the right, correct?

  3. Love both Rainbow Ripples and Reverse Ripples. The fabric and colour placement gives both quilts such life and movement. Love them both 😄 Carol

  4. The linky party is open until Tuesday September 3 my friend so I hope this little beauty gets done despite you being back to work! So you printed out the templates from EQ? I haven’t tried any of that yet, nor the paper-piecing ones either…

  5. Sew much fun!! I have always liked how a curved block looks really tricky, especially right before sewing, but that curve really is a breeze to sew:). I have never experimented with reverse coloring though. It looks completely different!

  6. Shirley Clark says:

    This is so cool! I love all the ways you can arrange the blocks.

  7. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, This is an amazing quilt and like everyone else, I look forward to seeing it quilted. It is a very fascinating pattern that results in the moving around of the pieces in the manner that you did. I honestly can not decide which pattern I like better. Are you and Sue going to make the other pattern also? I am working on a flying geese quilt project, yet I have not totally decided on my layout yet. There are so many options for FG alone and then if you add them to other pieces that adds a million other options. LOL. So who knows. Thank you for sharing and you and Sue have a marvelous and safe Labor Day Weekend! Loads of smiles and waves being sent your way……

  8. Rochelle Summers says:

    Just love those bright colors. Looking forward to seeing this one quilted. Also want to see the reverse quilt. You are so good about staying on target…even planning your Dreami project!! Have a great weekend.

  9. I really love your cheery colors. Your workmanship looks amazing!

  10. Thunder Quilts (BarefootThunder) says:

    They are both beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

  11. What a happy quilt! I’m into both the version you sewed and the reverse approach. Well done!

    It’s been a while since I’ve sewn curves … Many thanks for the templates and tips. I appreciate it!

  12. I loved the EQ8 picture when you posted it a few days ago. I love the real thing even more. Great fabric choice and placement. It is such a happy quilt.

  13. I love the bright colors and the movement in this quilt. Can’t wait to see how you quilt it. Way to go, you two!

  14. I love it….I may have to make one myself!

  15. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Your blocks are so pretty! Great job!

  16. Vicki in MN says:

    Your blocks are so pretty and fun and they all look so flat, good job ladies! I agree cutting these oversize and trimming is the way to go with this block:)

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