Monday, 11 November 2013

Sharing some Liberty love

'Bella felt that the blog was lacking her presence lately and demanded I show you all how to keep snug and warm this November :D
I thought It would be fun to share what happened to the fabrics in this post 

I ran off and made a stitch and flip cot quilt with them 

The binding was a lucky find at John Lewis and I think it goes really well with the soft ditzy liberty prints.

Of course the obligatory "quilt over plastic rock" photograph!

It is buttery soft with the Tana Lawn and soft cotton backing, I quilted it in straight horizontal lines randomly spaced out over the quilt to keep the drape and softness. It measures 44" x 57" so has been added to the shop as a cot quilt or large lap quilt. 

In other sewing news I've started my pillow top for the The Pillow Talk { Swap } The HOLIDAY Edition and have fallen back in love with this little Christmas deer print!

I just need to work out the next round of HST then get it put together this week :) 


  1. I love tha tquilt - and you are right the binding works brilliantly. I have never seen at my local John Lewis so you were lucky. Great block too, how cute is the deer!

  2. How wonderful! I'm so glad you visited my blog so that I could find yours. I'm just getting into quilting and the like, it's a lovely art. And Siameses :) they have always had a very special place in my heart.

  3. Your quilt is gorgeous and the binding is perfect! I'm quite envious of Bella - it's freezing here :)


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