32" x 32"
Liberty of London fabrics also dazzle on a black background.
Enough scraps remained from Liberty One to piece nine blocks for Liberty Two.
Simple diagonal line quilting complements the fabric.
Liberty Two inspires me hanging next to my sewing machine.
32" x 32"
My collection of Liberty of London fabric originated more than three years ago with a purchase from Drygoods Design just off Pioneer Square in Seattle. Very few shops in the states sell this fabric, but I managed to purchase some scrap bags online. With additional fabric gifted to me from my daughter last Christmas, I had enough small pieces of this dear (and by dear I mean heart-warming and three times the usual price per yard) fabric for a quilt.
What makes Liberty of London unique? The fabrics are made with fine, high-count yarns which make them luxurious and silky to the touch. Most of their designs are comprised of intricate, multi-color florals. They have been available in England for over 135 years.
Feels amazing. Looks amazing.
I chose the pattern Round and Round by Camille Roskelly.
White worked well as the background color.
This is Liberty One, ready for quilting. It currently measures 68" x 72."
I may choose to add white borders to make it bed-size.
I found I could say things with colors and shapes