The Weekend in Stitches
Satisfying a need to use my stash of Liberty of London Tana Lawn fabric as well as a need for teeny tiny patchworking - although not all that small with each each finished square measuring 2 inches x 2 inches. In additional to working with my stash of Liberty Tana Lawn I have also used a selection of complementary quilting cottons.
A random layout assisted by the occasional passerby and cross breeze ... my design floor is doomed but wall space is limited and I hesitate to block natural light from windows. I will have to continue to take my chances and accept such "interferences". I am not complaining.
For the back of the quilt I have used a dainty floral print from the recently released collection by Aneela Hoey - Posy ~Bouquet in Daisy. It's no secret, I love this particular print and have added yardage to my fabric stash. You'll see it make a regular appearance for some time to come.
I have quilted this quilt with edge to edge diagonal lines (cross-hatched) which has given the quilt a lovely drape and added softness to the already luxurious and Liberty Tana Lawn fabrics. For a better idea of scale the quilting lines are approximately 1.25 inches apart.
Binding fabric - again King's Road (in Lemon) from the Carnaby Street collection by Pat Bravo.