Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Loulouthi Garden - Finally finished!

I told myself I had to bind all my unbound quilts before I started anything new this year.  So now that the binding is on this quilt I can pat myself on the back and move on to something new.  Yeah!  I do love this quilt.  The huge flowers make me so happy.  I have to say that Anna Maria Horner is my favorite fabric designer right now.  The pattern is Modern Rose Garden by Carolina Patchworks.

I can hardly stand to look at these pictures with all that dead grass but I was too lazy to get in the car and drive somewhere to look for a better background.  Sorry.

Of course this was quilted by The Grandmomma.  She did a super job on it, I'm happy with the allover meandering she did.

I used Kona Ash on the back and just pieced a little strip of leftover fabrics from the front about 2/3 of the way down.

I want to show the fabulous details The Grandmomma incorporated into the quilting.  I love how she mimicked the butterflies and flowers in the fabric.

Happy Tuesday!


Heather D. said...

It looks awesome! I love patterns that let large chunks of beautiful prints really stand out. This turned out beautifully, and as usual your grandma did an amazing job. Love the flowers and butterflies. :)

Melinda said...

Just gorgeous Mitzi! Are you bringing it Monday?

Linz said...

Oh, SO pretty!!! I just love it!! Way to go Mitzi!!!

Debbie said...

Very beautiful!! Congrats on a fine finish!

Erin @ Billy Button Design said...

Amazing and love the quilting

MulticoloredPieces said...

Hi, Mitzi. Congrats on finishing--great quilt with really interesting fabrics! Nice quilting as well.
best, nadia