Seaflower Quilt Top by Judy Severson 2011
Judy Severson is a friend who loves the look of early quilts. When I got the first yardage from Lately Arrived From London, the Moda reproduction prints that echo the early 1800s, I gave her some of the fabric.
She immediately started thinking about what she could do.
Detail of the center medallion
Cut-out chintz and hexagons are often her first ideas.
And good ones too.
Some of the fabrics she used.
She added a blue toile and some blues, greens and reds that aren't in this line.
She loves to applique butterflies here and there.
Judy named it Seaflower after this print,
the large chintz, which is named after a trading ship.
The strips and squares and precuts should be in the shops today.