A bit ago Dan from Piece and Press linked up to Fabric Tuesday. When I went back to check out the link I was having so much fun seeing his things, he just has a fresh, modern and urban take on quilting, I found myself quite intrigued! He's self-described as designing gardens and sewing quilts. Sounds fun! Here's his Wedding Quilt:
The biggest challenge on this project was completely self imposed. I fussy cut all the hexagon sides (except the columbine and lindy leaf, if memory serves) for maximum kaleidoscope effect. That's a lot of fussing! But I'm glad I did it.
The pieced back is a calmer palette of two blue fabrics.
I ran with the floral theme for the quilting. It's a free motion loopy daisy pattern (photo by Stacey Sharman).
The quilt is finished with a hand-embroidered label attached to the corner binding on the back of the blanket (photo by Stacey Sharman).
Lindy Leaf, Pocketbook and Welcome Road by Heather Bailey for Free Spirit
Sunflower, Flower Fields and Columbine by Joel Dewberry for Free Spirit
Bubble Burst by Anna Maria Horner for Free Spirit
Lotus Pond by Amy Butler for Free Spirit
Sophie's Garden by Erin McMorris for Free Spirit
Posh Petals by Khristian Howell for Anthology Fabrics
Mod Trees by Giancini Atelier for Anthology Fabrics