What Goes With What? Cotton & Steel

Kona Cotton, Cotton & Steel, Mochi, Playful, Tokyo Trainride, Mesa, Cookie Book,

Cotton & Steel color match. I decided to match the whole Cotton & Steel goup in one post as the colors flow throughout each designers collection. Above we have, Playful by Melody Miller, Mochi by Rashida Coleman-Hale, Mesa by Alexia Abegg, Tokyo Train Ride by Sarah Watts and Cookie Book by Kimberly Kight.

Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids

From the top – Berry, Candy Pink, Dusty Peach, Coral, Nectarine, Wasabi, Peapod, Pond, Sage, Cypress, Leprechaun, Basil, Celestial, Cadet, Nautical, Indigo.

Cotton & Steel

Leave a comment on the blog for a chance to win one of 5 FQ Sets from Cotton & Steel.

This will be my last color post for now. I’m finding there are not enough hours in the day to write, plan and create What Goes With What color posts while working full time outside the quilting industry. My goal is to fill my days off with things that feed my passion to create and going on adventures with friends and family. I plan to continue writing the blog but the focus will be about what I’m creating in my life. Watch for the next post. Hint “BIG Giveaway”!

 

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35 thoughts on “What Goes With What? Cotton & Steel

  1. I’ve enjoyed your blog, Diana. It’s great that you are following your heart, and will be focusing more on what little free time you have. I hope you create to your heart’s delight, and have many happy adventures!

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  2. I’ve really enjoyed seeing what colors you put with the featured fabrics. Thank you for sharing that with us! I has given me a clue on what to look for when I am pulling fabrics for a project.

    Can’t wait to see where you take the blog next!

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  3. sorry you are giving up your color posts; i always enjoyed reading them. con’t wait to see where you go next. thanks for the giveaway.

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  4. I’ve enjoyed your what goes with what posts. I’m glad you will keep blogging and look forward to seeing what you create. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. I’ve always enjoyed your posts and your way with color – sorry to see you leave this space, but for such a good reason 😉

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  6. Finding the right balance between real life/work and creative projects is such a challenge – good luck! And thank you for another generous giveaway.

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  7. I have always been a huge fan of your “What goes with what” posts thanks for taking out the guesswork for me. Best of luck in your new endeavor!

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  8. I’s so excited you did this, I’ve been wanting to order some Mesa and coordinating solids but nobody has them listed anywhere. Perfect timing, I was actually was just checking your site last week to see if you had them up!

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  9. You have taught me to be fearless in my color matching. Can’t wait to see where your creative nature takes you next. I will be cheering you on.

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  10. Another great pull of gorgeous solids to go with a collection. I love CS collections…can’t wait to see this one in person.
    Looking forward to some blog posts on stuff youre creating!

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  11. If this is your last ‘what goes with what’ post, it’s a great one to end on – thanks! Wishing you the best. And thanks for the great giveaway chance…

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  12. I always enjoy your posts and will miss your color selections in your “What Goes With What” postings. On the plus side, I am looking forward to hearing about what you are creating.

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  13. I hope you are doing well in this new part of your life and we will miss the time you spend blogging for us and showing beautiful fabric!

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  14. I’ve loved your ‘what goes with what’ posts and I’ve learned so much by studying them. So I am sorry to learn you have now stopped doing those, but I am certainly looking forward to seeing what wonderful projects you choose to share. Thanks for the help and inspiration you give!

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  15. Thanks for the great post! Sad that I just now discovered this, but good luck on striking that perfect balance in your life.

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