I have been working on a quilt for Nina. When I finished this quilt and said that is going to her cousin's house, Nina looked very envious of that. Then I promised her that the next one will be hers. I started this project maybe a month ago. (I even don't remember when. It seems long time ago!) It is going very slowly but I am trying to sit in front of my machine if I have 15 minutes. And at last I finished the quilt top and the pieced back.
I used Moda tweet tweet collection for squares and Kona cottons for frames. I wasn't sure the color schemes for frames are right because I just got colors from my stash. I probably should have gotten new solids for this project but I didn't have time to take trouble to pick out colors. Then, when I looked the finished top, I thought it isn't so bad. Maybe, I like it. I have to wait it to be all done to tell if I really like it. Have you ever felt like me before? I guess many quilters (or many crafters) have had that kind of experiences.
Anyway I am having fun with this. Here is the backing for this quilt. I picked "Summer Song" from Riley Blake Design for the background. I am so glad my local fabric store had this fabric and I found it. The color matches very well with tweet prints and the cheerful daisies are a perfect feature for a happy 5 years old girl!
Have a great weekend everyone!