1. Recognizing a Fabric's Overall Color
3. Stash Storage
4. Organizing Your Stash by Color
5. Building a Well Rounded Stash
This Week: Supplementing a Fabric Line
Today we're starting the second half of this series: building different fabric combinations and color schemes! We'll start off easy and talk about supplementing a collection or single colorway from a collection!
As you're pulling fabrics, keep a few things in mind!
1. While pulling individual colors, be sure to grab a few Tone on Tone and Color + White prints!
2. When choosing prints with large and small accents, be thoughtful about the colors of those accents! Those accents shouldn't clash with the other colors in the scheme! In this case, you're working with a warm color palette, so avoid cool colors like blue and green!
3. Think about using a good mix of geometric and organic prints!
1. Aviary by Joel Dewberry - These accents are green!
2. Park Slope by Erin McMorris - While this fabric is Park Slope and does have pink, orange, yellow and plum, it also has green!
3. Red Letter Day by Lizzy House - These accents are gray, which would probably look off with the browns!
4. Midwest Modern by Amy Butler - The pink accents in this print are too light and more blue-toned than the other pinks used.
5. Bijoux by Heather Bailey - The gold and pink colors are great, but the blue doesn't fit!
6. Garden Party by Anna Maria Horner - Great orange and pink, but the blue throws it off!
7. Sugar Snap by Melissa Averinos - This one seems like a no-brainer at first, two great pinks, gold, orange and brown! But it has blue accents too!
8. Chocolate Lollipop by Anna Maria Horner - Another tricky one, the brown, pink and gold are right on, but the blue and green accents make it a no go!
Now I'll show you my choices!