Fabric palette #6

NWF Fabric palette 6 2014-03-04

Fabrics in the palette:

  1. Little Things, Raindrops in Grey by Arrin Turmire for Moda Fabrics.
  2. Wallflowers, Foulard in Yellow by Allison Harris for Windham Fabrics.
  3. Architextures, Hatch in Grey by Carolyn Friedlander for Robert Kaufman.
  4. Modern Roses, Camelot in Honey Sweet by Stephanie Ryan for Moda.
  5. Bark & Branch, Leaf in Gold by Eloise Renouf for Cloud9 Fabrics.
  6. Confetti Dot in Stone by dear Stella.
  7. Technicolor, Leaf in Sun by Emily Herrick for Michael Miller Fabrics.
  8. Modern Roses, Gate in Silver by Stephanie Ryan for Moda.
  9. Zig Zag in Grey by dear Stella.
  10. Sunnyside, Luster in Vapor by Kate Spain for Moda Fabrics.
  11. Essex Yarn Dyed in Steel by Robert Kaufman.
  12. Zig Zag in Lemon by dear Stella.
  13. Pearl Bracelet in Hiho Silver by Lizzy House for Andover Fabrics.
  14. Quilter’s Linen in Silver by Robert Kaufman.
  15. Fox Playground, Chevron in Yellow by Dena Designs for Free Spirit Fabrics.
  16. Modern Roses, Sweet Pea in Silver by Stephanie Ryan for Moda.

I’ve seen quite a few lovely low-volume quilts lately and combining grey with yellow still seems modern, so here’s a subdued palette for you.

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4 thoughts on “Fabric palette #6

      1. Christine

        I love seeing how other people put fabrics together. What you’ve done is very inspiring! I’ll look forward to seeing more of your palettes!

        Reply
        1. Nina With Freckles Post author

          It all started on Etsy when I began to make treasuries there. There’s something very peaceful about finding the perfect objects – or in this case fabrics – that are harmonious in as many ways as possible; shape, size of it on photo compared to the other objects, background of photo, colours, textures, and even the object themes themselves. I rarely make them now because usually I like to tell a story of some kind, just like with these palettes, and it can take quite a lot of time. Now that the sewing machine is resting for a while, I do seem to need my fabric fix every so often :D

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