This is my daydream, "Garden By The Sea"
Garden Gate in Speckle, Secret Garden by Sandi Henderson
- Scissors in Coral, Tailor Made by Cosmo Cricket
- Lime Ta Dot
- Natural, Kona Cotton Solid
- Spencer Stripe in Mint, Parisville by Tula Pink
- Herb, Kona Cotton Solid
- Vintage Catalog in Coral, Tailor Made by Cosmo Cricket
- Tile Flourish in Green, Heirloom by Joel Dewberry
- Aqua, Kona Cotton Solid
- Welcome Road Slate, Nicey Jane by Heather Bailey
- Coral, Kona Cotton Solid
- Lisa in Pink, Poodle by Jennifer Paganelli
- Deco Fans in Pink, Dolce by Tanya Whelan
This is the last day to enter my Little Apples giveaway. Good luck everyone!! I'll see you tomorrow when I announce the winner.
What will you make with that pretty collection?ReplyDelete
I love it when you show custom groupings!ReplyDelete
I just love your fabric daydreams!ReplyDelete
My parents honeymooned in Carmel in 1960. Love your palette.ReplyDelete
I second what Ellen said, love the custom grouping it gives so much personality and the subtle variance in color you get by doing that is lovely. You make it look so easy!ReplyDelete
I remember a special day trip to Carmel with the girls. Elegant lunch and fond memories. This palette envokes so many beautiful seaside memories!ReplyDelete
Oh, the fabric is indeed dreamy!! Love it.ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I love those choices :)ReplyDelete
you came up with a great color palette!ReplyDelete
Such knockout colors Arianne;) I love Sandi Henderson!ReplyDelete
these colors and fabrics are gorgeousReplyDelete
Oh how I adore Carmel!! I miss being on the north west coast more than I can put into words! I grew up there. :o) In Carmel, there is a darling little shop (if it is still there) that has the sweetest Christmas ornaments. :o)ReplyDelete
The fabric is pretty. :o)
Have a nice day.
Very pretty pallette. I love the coordinating fabrics you chose!ReplyDelete
I love Carmel. I lived in Watsonville 30 years. It's between Santa Cruz and Monterey. I'm going this month. We moved here to Sacramento and its not as nice but there is less fog. I look forward to your quilt now!ReplyDelete
That Coral Kona solid, is that really coral (more on the pink side) or is red like my screen shows? I meant to look for a nice scarlet to go with my Zoe Pearns Sweet Nothings dot when you had your color cards at the meeting, but forgot. Next time.ReplyDelete
Go for it!