Some quilts almost make themselves. Not the sewing part of course, but at least the deciding part.
an inspiration quilt, but the colors were all wrong, and of course, there was not a tutorial. I'm not sure of the original block size, but I had 2 inch squares sewing into nine patches. Those were framed out with 1.5 inch strips. 2.5 inch squares seemed to work for the flip and sew corners. It didn't take much math before, the pattern was ready to go. Given the rainbow assortment of blocks, neutrals seemed like the best way to go, so into the stash I went for extra bits of grey, red and black. Before long, rainbow rows of color started to come together, one each month as the year moved along.
No borders made the finishing fast. Extra yardage in red and black were framed out for the back. Simple swirly pattern in grey thread for quilting gave texture without taking away from the colors.