bring me joy is – wait for it – coral!
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The pinky/ peachy combo seems to sneak it’s way not only into most of my
quilts, but my wardrobe as well. So, there is no denying that I adore this
thinking about why I love coral, and this is what it comes down to:
see it, work with it or touch it.
didn’t initially think this would be the case, but the more I work with it, the
more I consider it a neutral. A punchy neutral that adds the perfect pop to
harmonize a quilt colourway. I even paired it with Kona Cotton in Wasabi to
demonstration of the versatility of this peachy/pinky goodness.
room for fabric play. I spent some time pondering the placement of the HST
corners. My instinct was to place it with the blue print facing out. And then I
decided to just “try it” pointing in. Well, didn’t that just send me off on a
“should blue be in or out?”. As I often do, I came back to my initial instinct
and I’m super happy with the finished look.
seamless transition allowing the star to stand out.
of dimension through their different tones. While the blues help keep it from
being too pinky!
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I really love this block.
I can see myself revisiting it (that is, once I get through allll my WIP!). And can
you believe there’s only 5 more blocks to go?!
Modern Fat Quarter Club? It’s a monthly fabric subscription of 12 fat quarters from
modern fabric designers in each bundle. I can see this being a fun way to play
and challenge yourself with colours you may not be used to. Check it out!
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