Sunday, July 23, 2017

Sunday Stash #394 Floral Retrospective by Anna Maria Horner

Floral Retrospective by Anna Maria Horner | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
Floral Retrospective by Anna Maria Horner

Floral Retrospective by Anna Maria Horner has arrived in stores. It is 16 piece collection featuring Anna Maria Horner's favorite floral prints in their best selling original form, and some with all new colors to inspire a fresh look for timeless art!

Social Climber - Floral Retrospective by Anna Maria Horner | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
Social Climber ~ Floral Retrospective
Floral Retrospective by Anna Maria Horner | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
Echinacea ~ Floral Retrospective

Carefully handpicked from several of Anna Maria's previous collections these prints sit beautifully alongside one another as well  as other styles of fabric, including vintage, modern, and everything in between. The Social Climber design (see above) is one of my favorite prints and I still have a small piece in my scrap bin. Every time I rummage through my scrap bin it sparks a fond memory and have wished for just a little more ...

Floral Retrospective by Anna Maria Horner | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
Raindrop Poppies ~ Floral Retrospective
Floral Retrospective by Anna Maria Horner | © Red Pepper Quilts 2017
Overachiever - Floral Retrospective
Enjoy Sunday!
Rita

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5 comments:

  1. I love Echinacea and Raindrop Poppies. I always marvel at how beautiful AMH fabric ranges look together.

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  2. WOW and WOW.
    gosh these are gorgeous. Rita!! Oh my!
    I am going to get all of this. A lot of fabric manufacturers are considering this. AGF and their fusions collections for example.
    Well, I must get some of each of these
    Just stunning

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  3. I usually buy small prints because I use the large ones for fussy so I thing I don´t know how to use large ones.
    I`m looking forward how do yo play along with these beauties.

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  4. I love the Echinacea fabric. The flowers are my favourite- I was admiring some burnt orange ones today in a neighbour's garden. The colour choices in this fabric are delicious.

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  5. This fabric is beautiful. I have to have some . . . No . . . all of it. 😎

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