Since I started quilting I have adored each line Kate Spain has produced. I’ve made a quilt with her Honey, Honey line and I am currently finishing up my Cuzco quilt. One line that came out before I started quilting was Terrain and we all know that I would have bought that up if I could have. This summer I did hoard some of this print:
Kate Spain for Moda, Terrain, Stonecrop in Bloom
I didn’t know what I wanted to make with it, but I knew that I wanted to pull out the colors – hello, cerise, I see you….
This weekend inspiration hit when I least needed it, but I went through my Stash Stack Club fabrics and had at it. Y’all. Mixing fabrics is FUN! I usually stick to one fabric line, but this has opened up a whole new terrain for me – haha, get it?!
(Do you see all of my erasure marks? hahahaha)
I choose four fabrics in each color, and I quickly went out at it with the cutter, and had the rectangles cut in no time. Watching The Real Housewives made the time pass by quickly and it was exciting waiting to see if what I pictured came out.
Now I’m going to have to organize the strips so that I don’t get confused while chain piecing… which we all would not be surprised if that happened. I’m so excited to see this quilt top take shape, and I love how bright these fabrics are. Oh, and the Terrain fabric is going to be the backing fabric. Don’t worry. It’s not getting left out!
By the way, this Thursday is the one year anniversary of Wasn’t Quilt in a Day – be sure to come back for some awesome giveaways!