When I was fabric shopping a couple months ago, I went on a bit of a binge with V & Co’s Color Theory fabric. I bought two charm packs and a layer cake. I had a great idea of how I was going to use them, and then that idea dissipated.
I flipped through the patterns I have accumulated to try to find something I could use to make a baby quilt for a friend using the color line. My friend is not finding out the gender and the teal and yellow in the line seemed perfect for a gender-neutral baby quilt.
I landed on this pattern. And it does work wonderfully with these pretty blenders. I love the fabric. I respect the pattern. It does make a lovely quilt. But goshdarnit that’s a lot of 1/2-square triangles.
I took a break from the quilt to make this vase cover for my mom for Mother’s Day. The pattern is Spring Star from Farm Girl Vintage.
I have enjoyed working within one fabric line, one color palette, but I am bursting to start having some crazy, scrappier fun.
2 thoughts on “Coloring in the Lines”
another amazing quilt? dang! i really like the colors of this one, especially paired with the newsprint fabric. i hear you, though, that is really a lot of hsts!
thank you 🙂 Yes, the colors really turned out well. But I am glad the quilt is done!