I loved the Swoon pattern the moment I saw it. I bought it as soon as it was available and then hemmed and hawed over what fabric I was going to use to make it. Then I came across some Kumari Garden by Dena Designs while I was reading a book that was set in India. I added a few other prints and some solids and before I knew it I was piecing together three swoon quilts.
Now, I don't know that I would advise doing it this way, I cut out all the parts for each quilt, pieced all twenty-seven blocks, and put the tops together in succession so they would all be finished at the same time.
I quilted them on my machine, and then bound them all at once.
They now live with three lovely ladies who have given a lot of their time and support to me over the past few years. I loved making them and loved seeing them go!
Needle Shopping in Kyoto - Misuyabari
9 hours ago