Thursday, September 29, 2011

Loulouthi Love...

I finally cut into my favorite print in Anna Maria Horner's Loulouthi line ~ Summer Totem.The pattern is "Strawberry Fields" from the first Material Obsession book. The pattern uses a wide border on the top and bottom of the quilt only. It's interesting and makes good use of that glorious print.
I did change the pattern up a bit and brought the frame strips out to the right and left sides.
The points are brown and
a variety of reds.
Yes, Loulouthi, you make me happy!

16 comments:

  1. this looks beautiful...it is always so hard to cut into a favorite fabric

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  2. It's Gorgeous! Did you see the Hawthorne Threads Blog, she used your favorite Loulouthi print to cover a blank canvas and create a lovely wall hanging - which is also gorgeous!

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  3. Very, very nice!! The block you chose really shows off that floral nicely!

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  4. Absolutely gorgeous! Beautiful use of them!

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  5. I have been wanting to make this pattern from the book. I love your choice of fabrics for it! Beautiful quilt!

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  6. I really like the way the frames extend outward ... gorgeous quilt top with the perfect fabric!

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  7. This is beautiful, I love this design with these fabrics and the way you have added the extra frames.

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  8. Would make me happy if I had any! Great quilt I think it is very cleverly put together!

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  9. wow it's beautiful. i look forward to seeing it finished.

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  10. Gorgeous! I love your interpretation of the pattern!

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  11. I just scored 4 yard of Totem (white). I'm too afraid to cut into it - I love it soooooo much. Seeing what you did with it, has me running for my rotary cutter and Sarah's book. BEAUTIFUL, Cindy, soooo freaking beautiful!

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  12. Oh my! I have done this quilt, but I love it in this fabric so much more! fantastic!

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  13. This is a.maz.ing. I love how it almost looks as though the Summer Totem is behind the other fabrics...like it's peeking through a colourful lattice or something. Does that even make sense?!

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