Get out the crayons!
There's one fabric pack that is my absolute favorite and it's Crayon Box. It's taken me a couple of week but I finally have it back in stock for you!
This pack is based on the Color Wheel fabrics with an extra twist. There are 20 fabrics in this set of fat eighths (2.5 yards total). There are 10 streaky fabrics, one in each Color Wheel color. The other 10 fabrics are mottled and combine adjacent colors. For example, there's one that's half Yellow and half Yellow-Red. Another is a Green/Blue Green combo. There's one mottled fabric for every adjacent pair on the Color Wheel.
This pack is not included in the Basics permanent sale price but that's simply because it's much more involved to produce. But for $45 you get 20 different fabrics!
The Color Wheel fabrics are a set of Stash Packs and Shades Packs based on the 10-step Munsell Color System. I have 3 Stash packs based on this system. Each has 10 fabrics, one in each color step of the system. There are three packs: one is "full strength", one is medium value and one is light value. This week The Color Wheel Light is back in stock! You can see all of the Color Wheel fabrics in the shop.
I've made several projects with the Color Wheel fabrics but the Rainbow Quilt (tutorial at the link) is one of my favorites. I made this in three sizes (king, lap and baby) but the time I was done with the fabrics.
Fabric of the Week
The Oasis Gradient is one that is loosely based on the Color Wheel colors. This week it's 20% off through Sunday!
Ann Jensen used the Oasis Gradient in her Humpback Whale pillow cover.
4/6/2022 09:25:51 am
Comments are closed.
To subscribe click the RSS Feed button and copy the URL of that page into your blog reader.
In Bloglovin you need to search "Colorways By Vicki Welsh" to find the blog.
I'm Vicki Welsh and I've been making things as long as I can remember. I used to be a garment maker but transitioned to quilts about 20 years ago. Currently I'm into fabric dyeing, quilting, Zentangle, fabric postcards, fused glass and mosaic. I document my adventures here.