Yay, I finally get to share this finished quilt with you! Jelly Rolls aren't a precut that I have usually stocked up on and I knew that I wanted to make a second version of the Freya Quilt pattern using a jelly roll, so it was an excellent excuse to pick up one in the Lady Bird collection.
I love that it is a little bit more traditional that what I normally sew with, but that it is so versatile. It worked so well in every pattern that I mocked it up in and I fell in love with the florals.
When I realized that I could make a rainbow version of the Freya Quilt using the collection, I was extra on board - it makes such a great rainbow!
The background fabric is a soft white (don't remember which shade exactly, sorry!). I would have loved to use Moda Bella in Feather which is the Moda recommended solid, but I am trying to use what I have on hand and I think just about any white or soft white would work with the collection.
Speaking of using what I have on hand - the backing fabric is a 108" wide Architextures print that I have had in my stash forever. The gray is on the warm side and looked really nice with the quilt (even though I would have loved to back the quilt with this pretty floral).
If you would like to make your own version of the Freya Quilt, you can pick up a copy in the shop. Lady Bird is still widely available and would be a great one to stash away if you don't have plans for it.