Last week was my quilt guild's guest night. Since we're all encouraged to bring everything that we worked on over the summer it's a great motivator to finish up those projects that I've been slowly working on. I finished this flimsy way back in May. I'm not sure when I finished the quilting on this one, but I know she's been waiting for binding for a few weeks now.
I wanted a lightweight quilt for my couch that I can curl under in the summer when the ac is making me cold. I decided to use silk batting so that I wouldn't get too hot (just call me Goldilocks okay.) I really didn't notice much difference in quilting the silk batting. The quilt is a lot lighter than other quilts that I've made and I think I'll use it again to make a summer quilt for our bed.
For the label I just used some extra binding strips to frame a piece of white fabric. This photo also shows off my quilting. I did an all over loop and I'm really pleased with how it turned out. I think I'm ready to start doing some more intricate quilting on future projects.
Pattern is a variation of Sweet Girly Charm Square Quilt by Don't Call Me Betsy
Fabric is Bluebird Park by Katie and Birdie Paper Co.