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Friday's stack

Friday stack

I love putting fabrics together. On Friday, I pulled this stack for a quilt idea I've had since the middle of the summer. I haven't been able to get it out of my head so I'm going to dive in and see what happens. I am especially excited about this color palette. The Juliana Horner fabrics set the tone and I just built around those prints. Yes, there is a lot of green, but it is also a little out of my comfort zone with the yellow and the acid tones. I wonder it appeals to me so much because I typically don't gravitate towards some of these colors. Something to think about, at least.



I love what you've come up with so far! Looking forward to seeing what results!


mmm...that is such a treat for the eyes there. Love to see the WIP.


You will work magic, I'm sure!

Anne Marie

Yes, looking forward to see the result!


Looks great, can't wait to see more! I'm working with those JH roses right now, too. I really like them! I don't have any Je Vous En Pries and it makes me a little sad.


This is a really lovely stack and I think the acid tones add great freshness to the green and brown/black combo. Also those very pale blues/aquas are perfect.


I love breaking out of my normal box. Good for you. Go For it.

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