This Rainbow Raindrops Baby Quilt is a great way to use leftovers of your favourite brightly coloured scraps as you only need a 3″ x 3″ square of each piece.
Cut one large piece of background fabric – this can be plain white, white on white print or another low volume print.
Preparing your Background
Iron on whichever fusible product you are using to the back of your 3 “ x 3” squares before cutting them into the raindrop shapes.
Cut out your rainbow raindrops. You can either print the included template on to card stock and use it as a cutting template.
Cutting your Rainbow Raindrops
Layout your raindrops on your quilt top before ironing in place using the fusible.
Layout and Fusing
The raindrops are arranged in a cascading pattern. It is easiest to start with the middle line of raindrops and work out.