Remember this stack?
They’re prints from Anna Maria Horner’s latest line, Little Folks. It’s printed on beautiful cotton voile, which is just gorgeous! So soft… and so nice to work with. (You can read more about it and see all the prints here.)
After spending quite a bit of time just admiring them (and running a hand across them every time I walked by, and sometimes rubbing my face against them oh wait… that wasn’t me, that was Morgan!) I decided to cut into them…
Of course I knew I wanted to use them in a quilt, but I had trouble coming up with a design worthy of the fabrics. In the end, I went with a simple old favorite – patchwork squares. I opted for fabrics from the Playground palette – I just love those yellows, greens and that wonderful pinky/red! And I added in a few additional blue prints for extra variety.
And I think it’s gorgeous! Did I mention how it feels? (yeah, yeah, we heard… it’s soft!)
Anyway, I’m looking forward to seeing how it is after quilting and washing…
If you want to pick some up for yourself, I bought most of the printed voiles from Hawthorne Threads, and the solid voiles and Pastry Line Dobby Dots from Fabricworm.
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