Of course, I decided to make things complicated for myself with this quilt. Why not!? I decided to make it quite scrappy, by having all my background fabrics a different print. And then, to make it even more complex, I decided to throw in a rogue point in every block with ANOTHER print. All the extra effort and care was totally worth it because I was able to fit in so many fabrics into this quilt that mean a lot to me. For instance, in this last block I used the arrow fabric that I block printed with Lizzy at the Makerie last year, along with some scraps of Lizzy Dish and the centre star is made from a Japanese floral fabric we had at the workroom close to when we opened that Debbie was kind enough to give me a piece of, since I didn’t have any of it in my stash. My favourite block of all is this one. There is just something about that combination of colours and prints that I’m so in love with. The Japanese tree print that I bought in Utah, the way the Anna Maria Horner Good Folks print sparkles in each point and the tiny little point with grey lambs that Amanda sent to me because she knew how much I adored that print.
Now I need to decide on a sashing & border fabric. Since I’ve gone all scrappy with my backgrounds I’m not too sure what to do. I’m hoping the perfect bolt of fabric is just going to show up at the shop in the next couple weeks so that I can finish up this quilt top. It might happen! I’ll keep you guys posted.