Last week, the monthly post for Green: A Colour Blog Series went live, check it out as there is a great give-away open to everyone.
Introducing Anne Sullivan
I am so delighted to have Anne Sullivan from Play Crafts as a guest this month. Anne has been an inspiration to me and really helped me, find who I am as a quilter, by starting Quilt Design a Day. She is super talented, and if you are part of The Modern Quilt Guild you would recognize her Quilt of the Month entries: City Lights (Mar 2016), Phoenix Quilt (Sep 2015). Her post is an interesting one, as she talks about her journey of discovery with green and how she now finds it a great supportive color.
Fabric Pulls for Green
Also in this post, I want to provide some fabric pulls of current choices people could have with the various greens, which I did not do in the last post. Let’s start by highlighting my two favorite fabric lines/collections that are my go to for green.
- Carolyn Friedlander: Not only does her lines usually include green but you can use her lines as a great color palette choice when trying to find other colors to go with green.
Green Palette (all currently available)
[All available at Hawthorne Threads, except 7: Botanics Leaf print and 8: Botanics Lines print]
Co-ordinated Palette from Carkai (all available at Hawthorne threads)
- Cotton and Steel: Produce great basics for so many colors. They have varying depth and range (forest green, bright green, mint, citron etc.), so I definitely like adding them to my green stash. (Prints available at Hawthorne Threads)
Other Green Color palette choices
If you are looking for previous posts, check out the home page here. Otherwise, I’ll see you the same place here next month!! Enjoy!