Friday, March 15, 2013

#finishit2013

I finished binding my xplusalong, Sunshine Daydream! I'm so psyched about this quilt, it's so bright and sunshiny, just in time for spring!

I bound it in Kona Azure, which is a nice contrast, and as the only solid in the quilt, it gives your eyes a rest as well. The backing is an old sheet - my favorite sheet set that I can't use anymore since I went from a double to queen bed when I bought the house. So now I get to have it in a quilt forever. Booyah.









16 comments:

  1. Turned out great. Nice and sunny. I like the sheet on the back, too.

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  2. This is beautiful - such lovely summery colours. And it's great that you get to keep your fave sheet :)

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    1. I'm glad I kept it! I have a hard time getting rid of ANY fabric! :-)

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  3. Beautiful quilt! I just love the sunny colors!

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  4. These colours are great, they are so cheerful. Roll on Spring!

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  5. This quilt is AWESOME. I love the color scheme you picked. It's so cheerful and fun! :)

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  6. I love everything about this quilt! :) Make me one?

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  7. First time visiting (from Finish it Friday at crazymomquilts). Love your sunshine quilt. What a "sunny" palette and the Kona Azure (which is my second favorite Kona solids -Indigo being my favorite) is such a great accent to the summery pinks, yellows and greens. I definitely will be following your blog to see what other great "sunny" or not projects you post about.

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    1. Thanks so much for coming by! I love Azure too, I bought some yardage of it because I seem to use it a lot ;-)

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  8. Beautiful! I'm a new follower...

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    1. Thanks so much for coming by! :-)

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  9. This is one sew-weet finish, Megan! The name is perfect for this sunny, fun quilt. Hope you don't mind.... I just had to share it on my facebook page at http://facebook.com/sewfreshquilts

    Lorna:)
    http://sewfreshquilts.blogspot.com

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    1. thanks so much for sharing my quilt! :-)

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