Hello, lovely sewers!
How’s everyone's month going?
We have finally seen the end of May… I can’t believe it! I’m happy to say that this was a great month for me and I hope it’s going well for all of you. One day that really stood out to me was Mother’s Day, as I got to spend time with my mother, grandmothers, and all my aunts! We celebrated that Sunday with a delicious BBQ and as we were cooking... I noticed that we were all wearing different shades of coral nail polish! What a funny coincidence. My mom said she googled “Mother’s Day nails” and she found that “coral” was the reappearing color. I wondered why that was, so I researched the color… found out that the color symbolizes life. I laughed at the irony!
So for this month, I thought it would be appropriate to choose this alluring “Color Master Box” in the Coraline Edition. In the picture above, I created another mood board to bring all these prints to life. From juicy grapefruits, blooming roses, and some snug quilts to really give inspiration on some future sewing projects!
With this unique tones of coral, take your fabric projects to the next level! All you need is one box to make a project that's perfect for the month, and you can get it in two sizes: Fat Quarters or Half yards.
Here are some projects from the lookbooks that you can make with the “Color Master Box”!
Quilt #2: Using the entire "Color Master Box" to create this coral-inspired quilt! This quilt was made with a Fat Quarter “Color Master Box”, and you can download this pattern here.
Collar Blouse #3: Is there ever enough children's clothes? I can’t help but be swooned by this “Peter Pan collar blouse,” pairing using Perennial Renewal print. You can find the pattern to this pillow in our lookbook called Bountiful.
This “Color Master Box” can give you the option of using just one print or several to compliment any of your sewings designs. Although this bundle highlights coral, each print has distinct color palettes that make it easy to pair with other projects. For example, the print called “Vivacious Marvel Cherry” (Print is shown below) has coral, fuschia, mustard yellows, and light greens that help piece together other fabrics with matching color palette. (I wasn’t lying about my nails, really did paint them coral this month!)
Imagine all the possibilities that can be done and if you are still lacking some inspiration, we had a color fun series post talking all about the color coral! Remember that this box is there for your convenience, it has many uses! The “Color Master Box” can keep your fabrics organized and neatly displayed for easy finding, or you can share the love because it’s perfectly curated in a box for an easy present!
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If you’re creating a sewing project using a “Color Master Box,” please feel free to share it with us on social media and use the hashtag #AGFColorMasterBox.
What would you make this month with the Coraline Edition of the “Color Master Box?”