I sometimes feel that quilts have "personalities" and these two quilts became Sweet and Delightful fairly quickly in the process of making them!
I made this quilt with Leftover jelly roll strips and Kona Sand background I had in my stash.
from these two Summer Aria quilts.
If you are sensing a theme by now? Yes. I've been making a lot of "twin" quilts lately. I'm just love making two nice sized lap quilts we will use as a family versus one large quilt no one will use around these parts.
I fell in love with this backing fabric I picked up at Joann Fabrics.
I HAD to use the Glasswings pantograph pattern again.
The Sesame Seed Omni Thread by Superior Threads blended in perfectly with the background, jelly roll fabrics and backing.
And I still had enough of the Aria pink fabric to use for the binding of both quilts.
Pattern: 6th Grade Quilt from the Precut Primer book by MeandMySistersDesigns
Fabric: Aria by Kate Spain for Moda Fabrics and Kona Sand by Robert Kaufman
Quilted: Glasswings Pantograph with Sesame Sead Omni Thread on HQ Avante
I adore these quilts on my chairs and I really do call one Sweet and the other Delightful!