Thursday, 19 May 2011

"Loulouthi" by Anna-Maria Horner



I love this girl!
AND I love the work of Anna-Maria Horner!
She is such an inspiring person!
All of her work is 
fresh
optimistic
and 
a good cheer.




And now she has a new collection 
called 
LOU-LOU-THI
i.e.
:: flower ::
in Greek
with lovely florals and geometrics
in hues to suit all of our tastes and wants.
I love the way she integrates her 
Greekness
into her universally inspiring fabrics!


Well Done, Anna-Maria!
Wishing you the very best for your new collection!

See more of her work here and here.

And check out her lovely books
including
my absolute favorite 
beginners sewing book




Seams to Me: 24 New Reasons to Love Sewing

Enjoy!

P.S. Here is the official write-up for Anna-Maria's  Loulouthi inspirations:

Loulouthi is a treasure box of all that I love about flowers and fabric coming together in form and inspiration. The word loulouthi simply translates from the Greek as “flower”. But in an ongoing story, my cultural heritage has enlivened these fabrics with visions of needleworks in progress, the gentle tending of village gardens, and the luxury of living alongside everyday works of art. The language of flowers and floral handiwork has spoken to me since before I could thread my own needles, and this collection is my reply to all that beauty.

Sweetest!
love, Irene

1 comment:

demie said...

Irene thanks so much for this post! I am planning a post about greek products ( in general) and I will certenly include this talentful girl : )

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Life is Beautiful xoxo Rena