Posts Tagged ‘neutral’

Finished Bird Quilt

You may remember the bird quilt top that I shared with you a couple weeks ago. I am excited to tell you that I finished quilting and binding the quilt last week. The quilt features the bird border print from the Collage line by Carrie Bloomston for Windham fabrics.  When I saw this fabric I…

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Bird Quilt Top Finished

I finally got around to finishing my bird quilt top last night. And I love how it turned out. I found it really fun to make this quilt with a simple neutral color palette, with the pops of color from the bird print. And I can’t even tell you how much I love the newspaper…

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Styling the Meringue Skirt

You may remember the original meringue skirt that I made a couple months ago. It was the very first project from the Colette Sewing Handbook, and I love that it has a scalloped hem.  It’s the first and only one I’ve done so far – at least on purpose. One thing I really enjoy about…

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Neutral

Neutral colors have no distinctive quality, characteristics, or type. They can be achromatic, with no hue at all, like black, white and greys or they can be dull colors that harmonize with most other colours, such as tan, brown, or navy.  You can check out more images in neutrals by visiting my Neutral Pinboard.

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