It's time for another rainbow quilt! I decided to pull out Go Kites as I knew just what I wanted to do with it. Rainbow fabrics and lots of white space to play with in a block layout? That's my favorite type of playground.
I'm not sure what this pattern is actually called, as the pattern itself didn't say. I decided to name it Go Kites because these blocks are kind of kite blocks. The fabric used is Basic Mixologie by Studio M.
The pattern uses a specialty ruler, but I used my preferred method of foundation paper piecing. It was overall easy and fun and pretty stress-free.
For the quilting, I did simple dot-do-dot designs in the rainbow fabrics as it won't show anyway, and did more intricate multiple filler designs in the white space. It flowed in a diagonal fashion, so it was good to plan this ahead of time.
I really enjoyed working on this quilt and love the end result! I planned the quilting of this quilt (and of the last dozen or so quilts) with ProCreate, and it has had a majorly positive impact on reducing my quilter's analysis paralysis.
The back of this quilt is also very pretty, and overall, this turned out so much better than I had hoped for.