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.
From the top – Berry, Candy Pink, Dusty Peach, Coral, Nectarine, Wasabi, Peapod, Pond, Sage, Cypress, Leprechaun, Basil, Celestial, Cadet, Nautical, Indigo.
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”!
The winner of the giveaway for Dear Stella’s Fragments is Robin!!
And the winner of the giveaway for Dear Stella’s Summer Love is Pauline!!
Congrats to both of you! I have sent an email to each of you. Please respond with your address so I can ship out your FQ Sets. Thank you Dear Stella for providing the prizes!!!
More summer inspiration today with solid coordinates for Fragments by Dear Stella.
Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton – Corn Yellow, Coral, Candy Pink, Valentine, Rich Red, Pear, Kiwi.
The giveaway is a FQ Set of Fragments by Dear Stella. Please leave a comment below. The winner will be chosen June 10th.
Happy almost summer!
I am so looking forward to summer!! To help make it feel like summer is already is on it’s way, here are the solid coordinates for Summer Love by Dear Stella. Enter the giveaway below!
Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Solids – Sunflower, Punch, Carnation, Pomegranate, Ultra Marine, Aloe, Caribbean.
For the giveaway please tell me – What do you love about summer? Comment on the blog to win a FQ Set of Summer Love by Dear Stella. The winner will be chosen on Wednesday, June 3rd.
Happy almost summer!
What fun it’s been reading all your sweet birthday wishes! Thank you! I had an amazing day, drinks with my dear fried, followed by a long chat on the phone with my sweet brother in So Cal.
And the winner of the Natural History FQ Set by Lizzy House for Andover Fabrics is Marla from the BIMQG!!! Congrats Marla.
All the best to each of you who entered!
Solid coordinates for Natural History by Lizzy House for Andover Fabrics.
Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton solid coordinates.
Capri, Aqua, Sky, Bahama Blue, Peacock, Cabbage, Pistachio, Spruce, Jungle, Bonsai, Wasabi.
And the giveaway is a Fat Quarter Set of Natural History as shown above!!! Leave a comment on the blog about what your doing this weekend! Sewing, fishing, camping… I will select a winner on my birthday, Friday May 1st. Best of luck to you!
The winner of the Alison Glass Sun Print charm pack from Andover Fabrics is Jill P. An email has been sent to you with instructions.
Happy Sewing to you all!
Today I’m happy to share with you Sun Print 2015 from Alison Glass for Andover Fabrics. What a beautiful vibrant collection Alison has created! Truly a feast for the eyes!
From Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Grellow, Coral, Tulip, Lilac, Watermelon, Jade Green, Pickle, Ice Frapp, Breakers, Royal, Grass Green, Indigo and Graphite.
Here’s the fun part!!! I have a Charm Pack of Sun Print 2015 to giveaway!!! Leave a comment on the blog about what you would like to make with Sun Print. I will select a winner on Tuesday April 7th. Best of luck to you!
Interested in the first Sun Print collection? Take a look at the What Goes With What post on the Pink Chalk Studio blog post.
So happy to be back on the blog! Moving 30 years of my life has taken it’s toll and 2 months. I must say it felt so great to be playing with color again. More color projects are in the works so check back soon. I have some great collections to share with you!
Enjoy and happy sewing!
In the Northwest, flowers are starting to bloom, but it’s still winter. Sad but true. We still need to stay cozy and warm. The Mammoth Flannel Scarf was made using 1/2 yard of Robert Kaufman Mammoth Flannel and a soft old T-shirt with just the right shades of gray.
Cut the T-shirt off under the arms or at desired width. Cut the flannel to the same width plus 2 inches for the hem. Stitch a half inch hem on the top and bottom of the flannel. Top stitch the T-shirt fabric to the flannel leaving the edges raw..
For a deconstructed look, leave the side seams on the T-shirt and leave the selvedge edge on the flannel. The flannel will fray a bit and the knit will roll without a hem but that just adds to the look. The scarf can get quite bulky so I did not add a twist.
The total length of my scarf measures 88 inches. At this length it can be worn double or triple looped. The T-shirt knit complements the soft flannel to make a warm and cozy scarf you can snuggle into.
Congratulations to the winners of the first giveaway!!! I am super excited about the response to What Goes With What. Thank you for all the lovely comments. I look forward to many more What Goes With What blog posts and giveaways!
Carolyn Montgomery – Doe Fat Quarter Set
Linda Botter – Doe Coordinates Roll Up
Winners have been contacted via email. I hope you enjoy your Carolyn Friedlander fabric which was graciously provided by Robert Kaufman.