Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Changing It Up

With spring having officially arrived a couple of weeks ago, I figured it was time to lighten up the decor around here.  That means some fresh tulips for the mantel and a truly spring-like quilt for the bed. 


This is Queen Anne's Lace, a quilt I made in 2005.  I was in a shabby chic phase at the time, and this quilt uses some the best prints from Paris Flea Market by 3 Sisters for Moda and Hannah Bella by Robyn Pandolph for South Seas. I still have fabric from those lines in my stash. I hope they don't look dated by the time I get around to using them as they are a couple of my all-time favorite fabric lines.   


Queen Anne's Lace was made using the half log cabin block, set on point with setting triangles in a pink floral print.   It was quilted with an all-over feathery motif.  It has been washed a few times (necessary with all the white) so has a textured look and feel. 

Welcome SPRING!

 

3 comments:

Kathleen said...

Your quilt makes a beautiful room. I think shabby chic will always work. They are our antiques of tomorrow!

Lynn said...

Those two fabrics lines will never look dated. They are just gorgeous combined in your quilt Cathy.

Sue said...

You are all ready for spring now ! Just a beautiful quilt !