* red-black-white-gray-brown

Posted on November 1st, 2006 by maitreya. Filed under Wants.


I seem to have come late to the red-black-white (plus some gray-brown) party. Remember backtack III, when that color scheme was everywhere? It didn’t do a thing for me at the time, but suddenly I love every print I see in this range. I have aspirations of a quilt, or at least some patchwork placemats or something. Here’s the pile I got at Joann’s today:

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If anybody has some fabric along these lines that you’d be willing to part with, I’d love to do a swap.



5 Responses to “red-black-white-gray-brown”

  1. lisa s Says:

    i don’t… but wish i did… these all look fantastic together!

  2. Courtney Says:

    Wow, those are great, I can’t believe they are all from JoAnn’s, they look more like Purl Patchwork.

  3. jessica Hood Says:

    great fabrics. i’m new to sewing, so sadly my fabric stash is tiny!

  4. cécile Says:

    They are so beautiful! ;)

  5. faun Says:

    i love these fabrics! Lately i am drawn to charcoal-putty, brick red and a muted turquoise..i love phases :)

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