Thank you so much for all of your positive feedback on my Cross Strings block!! There has been some interest in a tutorial or a quilt along. I think that sounds like a lot of FUN! Let me see what I can come up. : )
Today, I've got a new baby quilt in the works. The Mother-to-be likes purple and the nursery will have a safari theme. My goal is to make a soft, happy quilt that will grow with the new baby.
I really like this print from Central Park by Kate Spain. I'm using the third one from the left. Purple? Check! Animals? Check! Fun, fresh color palette? Check!
I chose my colors based on the print. I'm using mostly purples and yellow with a just hint of taupe and blue for balance. There is a variety of values within each color and I stayed away from anything too light since the animal print is on a white background. Add in a mix of scale and shapes and we're looking good. Aren't they pretty together?
I love it!!!!!!! Can't wait to see what you finish with.ReplyDelete
Very pretty palette--I may steal your color combination for a project of my own! :)ReplyDelete
wonderful!! You have a great eye for color :)ReplyDelete
Love the fabrics/color choices....so sweet. Can't wait to see the finished quilt!ReplyDelete
pretty pretty!! what pattern are you going with?ReplyDelete
I love your choices! I am excited to see the end result!ReplyDelete
Another baby quilt--have fun with it Adrianne! wonderful color palette:)ReplyDelete
Great fabric choices. I've developed a whole story about why the central park bricks are in the purple and taupe, but not the yellow. Buy me a drink and I might tell you.ReplyDelete
Great fabric choices. I have a very special mom-to-be friend who is decorating with a purple (college color) safari theme. I will have to use my central park scraps for something special for her. Thanks for the inspiration.ReplyDelete
Love your choices!!! Can't wait to see more!ReplyDelete