Sunday, May 3, 2009

Sunday Stash #1

Favorite Liberty - Tana Lawn fabric:

Liberty fabrics are really beautiful to work with. These three prints are some of their classic designs that have been around a long time. I usually put a little bit of Liberty into each quilt that I make.

Furthermore when Kate from One Flew Over posted her finished quilt this week, I was overwhelmed by the urge to pull out my red and blue/aqua fabrics for my next project. I have a thing for quilts made with linen at the moment and this quilt really appealed to me. I am easily led astray!

I haven't as yet decided the on the design of the quilt, but would like to step outside of my current square mode.


  1. I think this quilt is going to look very special. What about triangles??

    Can you imagine these triangles with a linen mix...delicious!

  2. Like those fabrics you have stacked up. Yes, I know about being easily lead just did it to me!

  3. Oh, you got into trouble from Mary, I see! Divine fabrics, not sure about working with Liberty in quilts, though? I have a few of the reds and have also acquired a few linens - looking forward to hearing how you feel about mixing them - please remind me to look, if you can remember!
    Hugs - Lurline♥

  4. Um, is it wrong that I had complete fabric envy looking at that collection? Seriously, I had to restrain myself from going online and impulse shopping. :) Beautiful.

  5. You must have been reading my mind...I was wondering where the pink floral (on the far left side of the Liberty Tana-Lana picture) was from when I saw it in your pink and orange baby quilt. I have a J Crew skirt in that fabric and absolutely adore it!

  6. Those reds and blues are going to be amazing in your quilt!

  7. Yummy fabrics, I love them.

    I love the linnen you use in your quilts. What kind do you use? I bought some lovely linnen from Denmark, but I was unpleasantly surprised by the price!

  8. I can't wait to see what you come up with, with these fabrics. They are lovely.
    I'm also a big fan of liberty fabric.

  9. I love her quilt in the red and blue, too! As I scrolled down your post, I actually said oooohhh - when I got to your fabrics. Can't wait to see what you come up with, especially if it is non-squares. I would love some good inspiration.


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