Kim has made this exciting strip quilt by mixing water mellon, ocean blue and saffron which is a great example of a tricolor quilt in the red/blue/yellow range. Recently she counted up her quilts and came up with 26 finished quilts. Of all of these she has only kept one. Every week she is working on a quilt for someone that is having a baby, is a really good friend or for a wedding. Don't you wish she was a friend of yours? This one is ready just in time for the wedding this weekend. Someone is going to be a very happy bride!
Rachael is another productive little lady. She has been fastidiously putting this very effective Kaffe Fassett quilt pattern together. Once again it is clear that simple shapes make an interesting effect. Rachael always does a beautiful job of getting her quilts together precisely. This one is a gift for her husband and I think he'll be pretty happy when he gets to wrap this beauty around himself this winter.
There's no shortage of colour at Material Obsession as exhibited by these quilts and the rest. However, hiding behind this quilt is the hot out of the box "A Little Bird Told Me" range. It arrived today complete with beautiful coordinates that compliment a feature print of birds and flowers that is divine. The line features reproduction colors that include a pink/salmon, teal blue and nice mid-tone greens. There are lots of tiny prints, stripes and all over patterns to choose from in the range and they'll mix nicely with the rest of the bolts on the wall. Who said we only do brights?!! Check it out, it's not just the fabric but what you do with it that counts.
It is yet another day off in April tomorrow for Anzac Day, enjoy! kathy