I had been hoping to finish this quilt top by the end of last year as a finale to the Liberty Scrap Challenge though I’m kind of pleased it has been hanging around the design wall as it has been a joy to see each time I have walked past.
Inspired by Ashley’s Flying Farfalle quilt, I used the smallest snippets of Liberty scraps leftover from the challenge that I couldn’t bear to part with (me, a hoarder of tiny scraps?!!!) with the addition of some Liberty scraps that Danielle had kindly shared with me too & which were the perfect triangular shape!
The background is cut from some yardage of cotton sheeting that I got from the Opp shop. I just kept cutting & sewing until I ran out of background fabric. I love the subtle stripe of the sheeting & the crispness of it against the super soft tana lawn.
It’s just so pretty, like little scrappy butterflies fluttering across the fabric. I love it.
So…how would you quilt this….?
Oooo & don’t forget Jo has a ready supply of Liberty in bite sized pieces & beyond ;)
Block size = 5″ x 7″ (finished)
Finished quilt top size = approx 60″ x 70″
Liberty scraps from the Organic Stitch Co
Background fabric = Cotton sheeting yardage from the opp shop