Sunday, August 2, 2009

Sunday Stash #14

When I first saw these two fabrics I was not initially inspired by their color, but I looked beyond to the printed design.


I love the whimsical freehand drawings on this fabric which all lend themselves really well to fussy cut blocks and panels as I did in this quilt:


These fabrics are by Valori Wells from her latest range Del Hi and are called Paisley in Earth and Scarlett.

15 comments:

  1. They are great fabrics and would be a great fabric for stitching too!

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  2. SO glad you saw beyond with these prints - lovely in that quilt!

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  3. I like what you have done with them. I would have probably just walked by and not given that fabric a second look.

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  4. These are beautiful Rita. I love the name you have chosen for your baby quilt - strawberries and cream (yum), can't wait to see the whole thing! xo

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  5. Well how do you do it. Looking at something and doing what you did. Wow great job.

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  6. i am always wowed by your beautiful quilts..these fabrics are amazing and in that little sneak peek you gave those other reds show it off so nicely

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  7. yes very simple and beautiful lines. I wouldn't have been able to resist either Rita :)

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  8. Mmmmm, I'm impressed!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

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  9. Wow! That fabric really does lighten the quilt is wonderful ways. Love it! K

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  10. I've never seen them, and I love them - I think I feel a need to go shopping!!!

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  11. That baby quilt is amazing. What is the name of the fabric square fifth from the left on the top row? It's gorgeous.

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  12. OOOOh, lovely, I want to see more!

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  13. That looks so cool in the red scrappy quilt! I love it! Is that your quilt?

    P.S. I love the photo on your header. Beautiful!

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