Tumbler Quilt

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I just finished this quilt last night…it’s a tumbler! It’s based on a Thimble Blossoms pattern (Double Dip), but we changed it up a bit. I used Bam’s AccuQuilt Go Cutter to cut the tumblers. They are larger than the pattern. I loved the giant peonies and funky aboriginal prints. The color ways all work together beautifully. I made the tumbler for my living room, to brighten up my grey sofa and light grey walls. The pinks in the quilt pop AND complement my hot pink silk dupioni curtains. The backing fabric is from the new Anna Maria Horner “Loulouthi” collection. I think they are sea urchins. Let’s hope that Biscuit will refrain from chewing the binding (he loved gnawing on the Brick Path quilt). Biscuit is the scourge of shoes, quilts, curtains and toilet paper. (He is pictured with the hot pink curtains in all his fluffy glory.)

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