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Solid-ish is popping up everywhere!

Marilyn Foreman is quite a talented designer. She designs fabulous quilts that speak to me on so many levels! She’s part of the amazing duo at Twisted Sisters Designs but she’s also making quite the splash in the quilt world on her own at Quilt Moments. If you don’t know her, take a moment to click on the links and check out her eye-catching designs. 

I was honored to learn Marilyn designed a whole new Block of the Month (BOM) called Ribbon Rainbows using my debut line, Solid-ish, by Timeless Treasures Fabrics. If this is the first you’re hearing about them, click HERE so you can see all the luscious colors!

Marilyn has designed this gorgeous BOM in two sizes (Full/Queen and King Size) and in three colorways.

Ribbon Rainbows with a black background.

Or Ribbon Rainbows with a white background.

There’s a version with a navy blue background which is also stunning! You can make these quilts using mostly fat quarters or 1/4 yard cuts (a few of the colors require a bit more yardage) plus the background fabric. So it makes it very easy to gather your materials! 

To find out more about this terrific new pattern and BOM program, simply CLICK HERE. I want to send a big shout-out and virtual hug to Marilyn, to thank her for choosing my debut line for this gorgeous BOM project. Personally, I think I will make this quilt using the white background…… no, black……no wait! Navy…….. no, changed my mind again…….white………

What’s YOUR favorite version?

 

6 Comments
  1. I like the black background, it show off your beautiful fabric.

    Terri

  2. How about one of each?

  3. I like the light background. Love the design

  4. Thanks Kimberly, I had so much fun designing Ribbon Rainbow in your beautiful Solid-ish collection!

  5. Black! I agree with Terri that it shows off your beautiful fabric!

  6. Black/navy if it’s for the kids, White if it’s for me! Great fabric, great design!

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