Friday, October 07, 2011

A cozy Ta Da

Loulou
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Letting the photos do most of the talking today pals :) The above patchwork blanket is called "Log Mansion" which I'll have a free pattern out for in a few weeks, though it really is just a gianormous log cabin block. This particular piece has no batting, simply backed with voile and hand quilted for a light weight layer.... like a receiving blanket for adults. Why should babies have all the comforts?

have a cozy weekend, xoxoAnna

70 comments:

  1. Honestly those pictures are to die for. I want everything on that bed.

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  2. Beautiful! I want one!

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  3. Gorgeous!
    Could you please tell me more about the pillow... the pompoms? Did you make them? I think a receiving blanket, size grown-up, would be a welcome comfort. I am officially ready for flannel season ~Loulou Flannels! Thank you.

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  4. so beautiful! i can't wait to get my hands on some of that flannel (even though i live in australia and only get to use my folksy flannel quilt for a couple of months a year :) )

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  5. I SERIOUSLY LOVE your talent! Your fabrics make me swoon and I can't wait to get my hands on some along with some floss....Whipstitch is in my future!! Thanks for sharing.....

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  6. My little guy just asked me why I was making that funny noise. I told him "because I see things that I want." Just in time for the cold season- you are one smart lady!

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  7. I have a bucket load of these heading my way from Hawthorn threads, I thought I was excited before but the thought of backing them with voile *SQUEEEEE*

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  8. Oh my goodness, this is absolutely gorgeous! I love it all!

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  9. Utterly beautiful photos and fabric!

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  10. I love that quilt! I just bought some of the flannels - can't wait to make something with them. I also love that box spring cover, it's cool!

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  11. I want a receiving blanket. Lol. Its gorgeous. Can't wait to see what everyone is making with these flannels. I don't have them yet, but I do plan on getting them. I just want constant use out of whatever I make from them (which I predict WILL be a quilt). Hope you're enjoying NY! :D

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  12. Oh wow! I think these are my favourite line of yours yet. will have to start saving/dropping hints for Christmas.

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  13. Oh.my.gosh! I loved the little snippet but now I am seriously enamored. The winter quilt for our bed, don't think I'll use voile though, even if it is SoCA

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  14. Love it ALL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  15. Gorgeus fabric an the quilt is a
    Congratulations

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  16. Diagnosis: Flannel Envy....Some serious commandment breaking going on here! I would love to be receiving that blanket.

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  17. WOW. STUNNING. Anna, you've outdone yourself (again)! And I can't wait to make use of your free quilt pattern. It's got my name all over it. :)

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  18. Beautiful colors and such a great quilt to curl up with this fall! Pinning this so I can find it quick;)

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  19. It's all fabulous! I've been debating about an order for the whole set of Loulouthi flannel for a couples days - and you just pushed me over the edge. I absolutely LOVE this Log Mansion pattern! You're so darn clever! What a great Christmas present quilt would be!

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  20. Absolutely beautiful!! OMG!! I love the entire line!!

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  21. Giant log cabin- great idea!! Lovely fabrics.

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  22. Amazing! I love it! As I was sewing a flannel/voile receiving blanket for my baby, I was just thinking I needed one for myself! This is perfect!

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  23. umm i'll just take triple of everything......if thats ok?
    thanks for such beautiful goodness!!

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  24. OH. EM. GEE!!!

    I love the colors. Love! I wonder if my husband would notice when he comes home from deployment if all of our blankets and sheets were replaced with that? (Or the 3 years of ramen we'd be eating after I went on the shopping spree for it, lol.)

    I love your fabric, and I really enjoy checking your blog and seeing beautiful pieces like those.

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  25. Oh goodness. My heart yearns for these. Such beauty.

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  26. Oh, that is beautiful! I want one!! The colours are just amazing. Just right to cosy up with.

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  27. Sigh... So in love with these flannels. Just beautiful. I'm wondering if the binding is in voile or cotton rather than flannel?

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  28. You bring such loveliness to the fabric world...Thank you!

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  29. Love the huge log cabin block! What a great & simple idea, especially for something snuggly like flannel!

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  30. That is just luscious! I want some LouLou flannel jammies!

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  31. I am REALLY intrigued by the boxspring cover. I love the way it is tight against the boxspring - is it fitted? There is a peep of turquoise at the corner - piping? binding? (mattress peeking out?) Can you please include instructions for this in your free pattern???

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  32. Oh wow I love the whole bed look,I really need to make this. And the dresden plate pillow, I just love so much.

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  33. Oh Anna Maria... this collection is stunning... love, love, love it! Thanks for sharing such sweet home coziness!

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  34. Yay!!! I'm so excited! I just love your fabric. I hope you are going to have a pattern pack to make that fantastic quilt. It is just gorgeous!

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  35. Cannot WAIT for this tutorial! :D Call me greedy, but will you post various sizes like twin and lap. :)

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  36. Beth Ellen11:45 PM

    Tutorial ASAP, please--I cannot wait to make this. The fabrics are so beautiful-so swoon-worthy!

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  37. Love your flannels!

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  38. So, so colorful and cheerful. Yeah!

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  39. Beautiful colors and such a great quilt for Fall! I can't wait for that binding!

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  40. LOVE LOVE LOVE these bags! I can't sew clothes worth a darn, but bags and me love each other! Yay for new patterns!

    I'm headed to NYC this weekend myself for a wedding--any food recommendations? I feel a little overwhelmed with all the choices! 2945abc45 1012

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  41. A patchwork blanket is a blanket in which the top layer consists of pieces of fabric sewn together to form a design.

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  42. i'm in love with these prints! :)

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  43. These patterns are so pretty!

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  44. Bed sheet and pillow pathren is looking good.
    what is the rate of FLAT ??

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  45. I love the patterns of bed sheets..design on it is wonderful..:)

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  46. The flannels I ordered after seeing these came in the mail today. Beautiful. I've run them through the wash already to get them ready for sewing. My 8-year-old pulled them out of the dryer and snuggled up in them. Oh yes -- just gorgeous.
    Thank you : )

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  47. Love your designs! Your embroidery is inspiring me to learn.

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  48. Your post is very lovely and I love this flannel. They are all gorgeous. Hope to have that beautiful piece. Thank you and keep sharing.


    Michelle

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  49. Dying for this pattern - hope to see it soon!

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  50. Do you still have this log cabin pattern available? Just curious about the sizes of the pieces.

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  51. A soft "oooo..." escaped my lips as I spied the reverse side of the quilt. Then another when I read "adult receiving blanket". Yes please!

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  52. Anonymous3:48 PM

    When do you expect the "log mansion" pattern to be available? I already have plans for this!

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  53. Those beddings really look great. I wonder if those are for sale.

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  54. Then another when I read "adult receiving blanket". Yes please!

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