Fabric Friday: Meadow

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Happy Friday! This stack of beauties is destined to be my Meadow Quilt from Lizzy House’s pattern. I took her workshop with the Philly MQG two weeks ago and learned so much. Lizzy is a great teacher and a down to earth person. I am excited to hear her lecture next week.

I pulled my fabric stack two days before my workshop picking up the green Grove byΒ Alison Glass for the background and lime American Made Brand solid for the petal centers from my local quilt shop on my way home from work. I knew that I wanted to do solid petals so I pulled my stash of Essex Yarn Dyed Linen which includes black, charcoal, and gray. My center field will be all low volume. I was pretty happy with my pull of 17 fabrics and I added one from Becky’s stash during the workshop. It contains a lot of Carolyn Friedlander, some Cotton + Steel Basics, a Jessica Levitt, and some other unknowns from my stash.

I am looking forward to clearing my to do list over the next few weeks so I can get started on this one.

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Photo courtesy of Andrew Joslyn from Philly MQG.

 

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One thought on “Fabric Friday: Meadow

  1. Joanna September 4, 2015 at 7:28 pm Reply

    I’m contemplating using LVs for the middle of mine too! Thinking of a black/white version with black flowers for contrast. Still deciding though; my workshop isn’t until next month so have some time! I’m not 100% i love love all my LVs to put them in. I have favourites but not enough to just use those only.

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