It's finished! Yay! I love, love, love it! The fabric collections of Anna Maria Horner go beautifully together. So, so pretty! It's about time I finally used a bunch of them together. And I have to say that I do count myself lucky that I have a husband that is willing to sleep under this rainbow-flower explosion - he really doesn't care!
The quilt measures 95 inches square. I used Robert Kaufman Essex Yarn-Dyed Linen in Flax for the rows between the prints.
I long-arm quilted it at Laurena's Longarm Quilting studio. I did a big version of Angela Walter's flowers on the rainbow rows and wavy lines on the Essex linen. It was a lot of fun to do and took me just under four hours.
I wish I had thought to put leaves on the linen, but sometimes your best ideas come too late.
I love the backing fabric - but I definitely cut it close in buying too little. One of the sides had less than an inch to trim off after it was quilted. Yikes!
I bound the quilt in the Hugs and Kisses print from Loulouthi - another favorite.
I entered this quilt into the Tula Pink Sew Along (when it was just a quilt top). I enjoyed participating in the Tula Sew Along - seeing so many different people use Tula's patterns and fabrics is very inspiring. You can check other's creations here.