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”!
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!
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!
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!
Doe by Carolyn Friedlander with Solid Coordinate.
Welcome to What Goes With What? I’m so happy to continue color matching designer fabrics. Robert Kaufman has graciously provided all 303 Kona Cotton colors for my happy little color matching needs. Sweet! Right?!
First up is Doe from Carolyn Friedlander for Robert Kaufman. The natural earthy palette is clean and simple with a hand drawn character to the lines.
Kona Cotton coordinates for Doe by Carolyn Friedlander.
From left to right, here are the Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton colors I chose for Doe.
Kona Cotton Sage, Prussian, Titanium, Tangerine, Latte, Fog, Yarrow, Shadow, Meringue, Cream and Snow.
Picture courtesy of Carolyn’s blog.
Carolyn chose a beautiful selection of solid coordinates specifically for Doe The colors are designed to complement the palette. Check here for a list of all the colors in the Roll Up.
Here’s the fun part!!! I have a Fat Quarter Set and a Roll Up to giveaway!!! Leave a comment on the blog about what you would like to make with Doe. I will select 2 winners on Sunday January 25th. One person will receive a full collection FQ Set of Doe and the other Carolyn’s Roll Up coordinates.
Enjoy and happy sewing!
Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton
What Goes With What is one step closer to reality. With the arrival of all 303 Kona Cotton colors I can start color matching. Stay tunned. It’s getting closer…
Thank you Robert Kaufman for your generous support.
I’ve seen quite a bit of discussion on the 2015 Pantone Color of the Year. Whether you like it or not. It’s created a stir. The Pantone Institute introduces 10 colors for Women’s Fashion and 10 colors for Men’s Fashion for the spring of each year. I will focus on women’s fashion. The palette on a whole is very pleasing to me. It’s soft and comfortable with a happy retro feel.
Soft cool hues blended with subtle warm tones create a soothing escape from the everyday hustle and bustle.” Leatrice Eiseman Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute®
Here are the Kona Cotton coordinates for the 2015 Pantone Spring Palette.
My goal is to find just the right tone for each color. Some may be lighter or darker depending upon the photo used and the availability of that color in the manufacturers color selection. In other words, I am limited by the colors that are being produced at that time. Let’s take Marsala as an example. In my first blog post on Marsala I chose richer colors in order to get the right tone. There really isn’t a close match. After serious consideration over the weekend I believe Sienna is closer to the Pantone Marsala. Sienna is lighter with both brick and pink undertones.
Are those colors you can quilt with?
Pantone announced the Color of the Year for 2015 – Marsala
I’m not sure what to think. Do ya like it, love it, or what?
Welcome to the brand new What Goes With What blog! What a great way to start off the fun. Those of you who have followed Pink Chalk Studio’s blog have seen many What Goes With What blog posts. I usually take a designer collection of fabric and provide the solid fabrics which coordinate. Today I’m working with Marsala, the color of 2015.
Marsala is a subtly seductive shade, one that draws us in to its embracing warmth. Leatrice Eiseman Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute
Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Sienna
Moda Bella Solids Burgundy
Robert Kaufman Kona Cotton Brick
Michael Miller Cotton Couture Garnet
I would love to know what you think.