May 27, 2013 by sewkatiedid
When I shop with Quilt Sandwich, I drop a load into my cart and then edit myself back out. I like to curate a coordinating stack with one focus print and its supporters. I grew up in a household of Japanese art, brought back by my folks when we were living in Tokyo. Not all Japanese fabric speaks to me, but the whimsical Alexander Henry Anasema Doll fabric did.
Only Alexander Henry would think to add the detail of a heart to make this doll’s lips.
The others are stunningly detailed too.
The hair, the kimonos and the background all shine.
I paired some small scale Lizzy House Pearl and Circles in grass green and this other almost solid called Piper Scales in orange made by Dear Stella.
The black and white flower is by Erin McMorris. She does flowers well and I stopped by her booth to tell her so.
Look what she’s got coming for us! I’m buying this whole modern line for sure.
Hope you’re having a great weekend. I was ready for some down time after Quilt Market and Jacquie’s and my workshops last week.