Apparently, for me, 2021 is the year of running late. This is what I had hoped to post for the Rainbow Scrappy Challenge 2021 last Saturday. Super spreader Cathy of Sane, Crazy, Crumby quilting is ground zero for this most recent pattern pandemic using the Alison Glass Sun Print pattern. While Gayle of Mangofeet is involved, I'm certain that I got my infection directly from Cathy at Crazy by Design.
And what is a pandemic without a few mutations? So I am going with 3 inch squares and 1.75 inch flip triangles and 1.5 inch border strips. (These are cut, not finished sizes).
Yesterday was full of surprises. First, USPS delivered the package to Cynthia Brunz a day early. Cynthia was the winner of some low volume fabric, so Molly padded the missing volume in her package with the ugliest fabric on the planet. The second surprise was learning that Cynthia is part cat because she seemed to like the padding more than the actual package.
In any case, this means I can identify the fabrics from the last post. The top patch is the reproduction fabric followed by the Nancy Crow millennial fabric. Next, are the two prints that were dresses in high school. (And no, I didn't keep my clothes from high school...these dresses have been keep as fabric in my flat folds since the late 70s.) At the bottom of this batch is a fabric called Ghastlie and while this is the only submerged cat, the other fish in this fabric are also adorably sinister.