Hello, Hello fabric lovers!
Let me tell you, time flies when it’s Quilt Market season! Just a few weeks ago we were preparing for the big trade show and now we’re back from the show, ready to keep inspiring you. The beginning of June has arrived and it’s time to show you the next color of our ColorFun blog series. We’re happy to dedicate this month to coral fabrics!
Even if the summer hasn’t arrived to your city yet, you can kindly ask it to hurry up by sewing bright quilts or wearing warm colors. AGF prints in coral are so girly, youthful, and simply beautiful! The many shades of coral fabric remind us of beautiful sunsets on the beach and blooming flowers. In addition, it’s a fun and flattering color to wear that transitions nicely from spring to summer.
Coral is a fresh color that can be paired as a bold accent to any project or as a subtle stand-alone color. We curated a selection of ten prints from various collections to show you how you can mix an assortment of prints while matching different hues of coral.
This selection of coral fabrics features:
Fleet and Flourish by Maureen Cracknell ( FLO-9120 What Awaits Above & All Paths Sunlit)
Forest Floor by Bonnie Christine (FOR-47700 Wild Posy Flora)
Heart Melodies by AGF Studio (HME-70405 Remastering Plum)
Meadow by Leah Duncan (MW-80024 Sprinkled Noon)
Geometric Bliss by Jeni Baker (GBL-2431 Spherical Buds Peach)
Cultivate by Bonnie Christine (CUL-8674 Thrive Apricot)
Curiosities by Jeni Baker (CUR-19139 Candied Lollies Orange)
Coastline by Sharon Holland (CTL-59902 Sailcloth Sunset)
Arizona by April Rhodes (ARZ-552 Clay Sundot)
Are you dreaming of making your next coral sewing project? Well, one of the ways to make it happen is to enter our giveaway and add this bundle to your stash!
Simply, leave a comment telling us what you would make with these coral fabrics. Giveaway ends June 9th at 1pm EST. The winner will be chosen using random.org and will be announced on this post.
CONGRATULATIONS Debra Neiman , you've won the ColorFun coral fabric bundle! Check your email.
We hope you enjoyed this month’s Colorfun blog post! Please let us know what colors you would love to see featured next. Stay tuned for next post!