I've been working for the last several days to finish my latest quilt top made with Anna Maria Horner's LouLouThi collection, plus ten other prints from my stash. Can I just say that this is a LOT of triangles? 330 of them to be precise. I have mastered the art of sewing triangles while preserving the points and without stretching them out of shape, but I must say that I still find it a bit tedious to do so many. It's all good though. This one is for my mom, and she will love it!
AMH collections are always a mix of prints and colors that are really fun and unexpected, but are so harmonious when put together. Because her fabrics have a certain vintage feel, it can be tough to mix other fabrics with them, but I think the ones I chose fit in well. If you look closely, you might just spot some Amy Butler Cameo in there!
The backing is all finished, and the torturous task of basting will commence tomorrow. I'm having an outpatient procedure on Monday morning, so I'm not sure when I'll get this one quilted, but I'm hoping I'll feel up to some short quilting sessions by the end of the week!