I made mine out of Verna (by Kate Spain for Moda) and absolutely love it! You might notice I made a scrappy binding…the yardage is available now but wasn’t when I was finishing my quilt…but I kind of like the scrappy binding! This quilt just says “spring” to me (although I’m rather liking the cooler temps right now…no hurry for summer).
A big thank you to my friend Gail who quilted it this week for me (last minute, no less)! “Sunday Best” is a nice sized quilt– 37 by 37, using 64 charm squares (two charm packs– you must have 2 charms each of 32 different charms), ¾ yard of background, ½ yard of binding, and 1 ¼ yard of backing. Carrie also gives the option to make this into a 52 by 52 inch quilt using a Layer Cake and 1 ⅜ yards of background. Make sure when you finish your “Sunday Best” quilt to comment on this post or Sinta’s post with a link to your photo (non-bloggers e-mail as usual). This is a fun, fast, fantastic pattern that everyone will love…now…on with our parade!
First up is Kari’s lovely quilt…I absolutely adore these colors!
Next is Lynda’s Madeline…just gorgeous!
And Trish did a beautiful version in some great pinks!
Trisha loved the blocks so much she made more…quite a few more…her quilt top is 53 by 32 with borders still not added! You can read all about it here.
Next up is Sandy R. Of course I love this fabric!
And this Madeline (all from her stash) comes to us by way of Stina. She mentioned she really appreciated using these light colors during the winter months.
This one is by Sandy M. She used the beautiful Aster Manor line.
This “Madeline” was made by Rita (no blog)–love her colors, too.