Friday, July 15, 2022

🌈 RSC/Bring the Love πŸ’œ

It's been a few months since I made more "Bring the Love" mini quilts for the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. I made two for July, the month of purple--one with modern prints and one with Japanese prints!!!
Quilt Info:
Maker: Me!
Pattern: Bring the Love Mug Rugs from Ameroonie Designs
Size: 7" X 8"
Batting: Quilters Dream Poly
Quilting: Freemotion Quilting on my home machine

A tip from Amy, the pattern designer, is to stitch around the edge of each heart twice. I've found that three times looks even better!!!
I decided to make two purple versions. Above is my modern fabrics version, front and back. ⤴️
And this is my Japanese fabrics version, front and back! ⤴️

Interesting Info: So far, I've made seven of these this year! 
I realize I didn't finish the green version I started back in March, so I got to work and put the binding and corner tabs on it. I upsized the hearts and squares and made this one quite a bit larger--14" x 28".
Let me share where I have all these hanging:
Basement living room corner ⤴️
Basement landing ⤴️
Stairway to the basement ⤴️
Sewing studio ⤴️
I placed my two new purple scrap hearts next to my sewing machine! ⤴️ These are so small and sweet that they can be popped almost anywhere!!!
Check out more Rainbow Scrap Challenge projects at the weekly link party at Scrap Happy Saturday!!!

Come back on Sunday for my next National Day quilt!!!
Grace and peace!!! ~Nancy


  1. Ha! These minis are the perfect complement to my finish for the week! I love how each of them has its own personality, and what a treat to see how you display them in your house!

  2. Those are such happy hearts!! and I love seeing where you hang them in your house!! its like a permanent quilt show there!!!

  3. Just so fun to see them all throughout your lovely home!

  4. These little sweet hearts are spreading smiles all over your home! I love that graphic flying geese quilt, too! :)

  5. I love those - that pattern is calling to me! Yours are pretty in every color, and how fun to have them hanging all around the house!

  6. Those little heart quilts are so cute! I love all the places you have displayed them!

  7. They're all so sweet! I love their teeny-tiny size and how different they each look because of the colours you chose.

  8. What sweet little pops of color! I love your collection. Thanks for linking up to TGiFF! Chrisknits

  9. SO fun to see all your lovely heart quilts hanging so happily around your house. It is even more fun to use quilts and see them every day than to make them.

  10. Such sweet minis! I love them all, but that blue and yellow one peeking out is adorable. Nice to see all your lovely displays, too!

  11. The heart mini quilts are so cute! I love how you've decorated with quilts - big and small. The quilt hanging in that basement corner is stunning!!! I've been making a lot of small heart blocks and now you've given me some ideas of what to do with them. Thank you!

  12. Beautiful and I love how you have them hanging.

  13. What beautiful minis! Thank you for showing us around your lovely home. What a lot of your beautiful work you have gracing it!

  14. Beautiful mini quilts! and you have a lovely studio with beautiful quilts!

  15. Beautiful little heart quilts and they look so happy here, there, and everywhere hanging in your home.

  16. Lovely minis. They are all beautiful. I especially love the yellow and blue one but the green also calls my name. You have a fantastic collection of minis. Love the flying geese in the corner. WOW! The aqua mini quilts next to the orange quilt is such fabulous display. Love the colours, the textures made by the quilting, everything talks to me in that picture. Thank you for sharing your little paradise with us. I had fun visiting your place. ;^)

  17. Lovely heart minis! Thanks so much for sharing where they reside. I appreciated the tour!--TerryK@OnGoingProjects

  18. Who is the manufacturer of the bar light above your machine? Looks amazing.

  19. How fun to have those happy scrappy hearts all over the place. Thanks for linking up with Oh Scrap!

  20. Thanks for sharing about the lamp. I'll follow-up. I'm sure I need it to solve my light issues around my machine.

    1. Your email address isn't registering, Carol, so I was glad to see you checked back for my reply!!! That lamp isn't cheap, but it does give very good light right where a stitcher needs it.

  21. Now that is an idea worth stealing. Can I say your hearts stole mine :-)


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