Mostly Morris by the Heritage Quilters of the McHenry County Historical
It looks like the border is this piece from the Morris Apprentice
line of a few years ago.Click here to read more:
The drawing is November 12, 2014.
Moda and I are working on a Best of Morris collection, which the sales reps are showing to the shops this month. We took my favorites and did a little recoloring.
See what's coming by clicking here:
Another form of sneak peek is the Moda catalog, which you can view by turning the pages at this link:
My Best of Morris collection begins on page 83.
(Just so you don't get indignant that your shop hasn't got these fabrics yet, remember this catalog features future lines. The catalog is for shop owners so you will have to wait to actually buy the beautiful fabrics.)
While you wait, I thought I'd show you some more Morris projects I've found on the web. You still may be able to find the fabrics the clever stitchers used or you can wait for the Best of Morris, scheduled for February, 2015, delivery to shops.
Reia at My Patchwork home decided to try some
curved piecing with a pre-cut pack from the Morris Apprentice line.
She worked from the center out
improvising and photographing as she went on....
to finish a Morris medallion.
Ann Marie at AMSewing pieced a Kansas Dugout
pattern from JellyRoll strips of A Morris Tapestry
See her method here:
My old friend Judy Martin has included William Morris reproductions in the Sisters Log Cabin quilt patterned in her book Extraordinary Log Cabin Quilts. (We worked together at Quilters Newsletter when we were mere children.)
Sisters Log Cabin by Judy Martin, quilted by Lana Corcoran, 102" x 102"
Read more about Judy's book here:http://www.judymartin.com/sneak-peek.cfm
It looks like she used the Morris Tapestry line too.
I'll be posting more about the Best of Morris.