The quilt was randomly pieced with all the colours and prints thrown together in as big a mess as possible. I've never done a quilt like this and Anna Maria Horner seemed the best place to start for this kind of design. It's not for the faint hearted but I love how it came out.
I kept the accompanying pillow pretty simple using the same print as I'd used on the binding for the centre of the pillow to tie the two together.
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