Friday, July 21, 2017

Sweet and Delightful {Quilts}

I sometimes feel that quilts have "personalities" and these two quilts became Sweet and Delightful fairly quickly in the process of making them!

Yes...I said two.  
The first one is above and the second, with just oh so slight variation. Can you see 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.

Quilt Stats
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!

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