Fall Quilt Market 2011: Anna Griffin

Let’s not forget about Anna Griffin‘s fabrics in the excitement over Blend. Honoka, meaning “harmony flower,” is “an elegant collection of antique Asian patterns and original Japanese silk screen prints. Symbolic subjects like dragonflies, fish and flowers create a harmonious balance of patterns for sewing enthusiasts. The color palette of steel gray, plum, gold and coral is simply stunning.” Agreed!

I wonder where the name Pinelope comes from? This vintage sewing themed collection comes in an “antique metal” colorway of silver and gold, and another of vintage primaries.

Both collections are available now. See more Anna Griffin collections here.

{ all photos by Kristen Lejnieks }

2 Comments

  1. LeAnn says:

    Interesting prints. I like her use of gray.

  2. Susan says:

    Love Honoka. It would be a great range for my Irori quilt. I’ve linked to this post from my blog http://susanbriscoe.blogspot.com/2011/12/fabric-suggestion-for-irori-quilt.html