I am loving the sunshine here! It really motivates me! Which is good, because
with sunshine, especially after the rain... there is a lot of yard work to do!
But that will be tomorrow. Today we have a parade!
I thought you might like to have a peak at the next project for Le Petite first though...
This is Brocante and it's one of the new Schnibbles patterns from Miss Rosie's Quilt Co.
25 med/dark charm squares41 light/medium charm squares
5/8 yard background
I made mine a tad bigger than the cover pattern and there are size options in the pattern for you.
It happens to have a wonderful article in it from Pam Buda.
Our Le Petite project is from one of Pam's patterns...........
Presenting: Endless Summer!
(Somehow I misplaced this quilt. Sorry Carol!)
Buster wants to show you that his mom, Carol from Carol's Crafty Creations,
This is a stunning version of the pattern made by Sandy F.
She decided to focus on the corner units of the block. What a unique difference it made.
This little beauty was made by Laura. A very sweet quilt.
The version of Endless Summer does look so summery and crisp!
It was made by Monica at Diary of a Quilt Maven blog.
I love the way this one turned out. You can really see the pinwheel in the center and the corner units seem to just jump out at you! I am not sure who this one belongs to. Someone was having computer problems and this was sent via a phone message I think... because the only thing I see with it is a phone number! Yikes!***************Kay jsut sent me an email and claimed her quilt!***************
This Endless Summer was made by Paulette (no blog). Using my favorite (at this moment) fabric collection!
Definitely speaks "Summer"!
This little jewel was made by Leah at Quilted Delights. I think it just sparkles!
At the Quilted Pineapple, Linda changed it up a bit and made a sweet table runner for her project.
This is another wonderful version of Endless Summer. It was made by Diana at Quiltecke.
I really like the placement of the reds. When I look at it, it reminds me of the pinwheels you put outside blowing in the wind.
I love this one made by Joyce at And Sew On blog.
You have to go over to her blog to see more pictures and a closer view.
This Endless Summer was created by Ekaterina at Domovnitsa blog.
I love the way the pinwheels stand out!
And while I was out in blogland I found this wonderful runner made by Edith at Red Door Quilting.It's spectacular!
Be sure to go over to A Quilting Life and see the other quilts in the Endless Summer Parade!
Tomorrow we will be picking parade winners! See you then!