Tuesday, May 31, 2016

Endless Summer

I recently put the binding on my Endless Summer quilt that I made way back in 2011!

The beginning of the summer season is the perfect time to to do post about this quilt, but I didn't plan the timing of my finish that way.

Endless Summer is a mini quilt pattern my Pam Buda from Heartspun Quilts that we did as a project for the LePetite group a few years ago.

It's one that I liked so much that I put off finishing it.

 Am I the only one that does that?

Sometimes the projects I like the best are the ones that I don't complete quickly because I can't decide how to finish them.

It may be the quilting or the binding that holds me back.

Anyway, I'm glad that I can now call quilt done!

The fabrics are from the Sweetwater line Sunkissed.  Possibly one of my favorite lines ever!

Perfect fabric for a quilt called Endless Summer.

You can read more about it on my blog post here if you'd like.

Happy beginning of summer!


Hildy said...

Lovely little quilt! I'm can totally relate for me is the quilting the hardest part ... but I love to do the binding because than I know the quilt is really finished:-)

Needled Mom said...

It's a beautiful little quilt and the quilting is perfect for it. That is one of my favorite fabric lines too.

Susie Hoover said...

Beautiful quilt! I also tend to not finish my favorite quilts quickly. It's the same with a good book. The closer I get to the end, the slower I go. I think I hate to put aside my "good friends"!! ;)

Patty D from NC said...

very pretty! I loved that fabric line.

Joyful Quilter said...

LOL, I'm just the opposite...if I'm excited about a quilt I'll stay up all night to finish it.

I love Pam Buda's patterns. Your Endless Summer mini is very fresh and cute.