Nordika: Color Matching

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Nordika Color Matching by Jeni Baker
Nordika Color Matching, a photo by Jeni Baker on Flickr.
Happy Thursday! It's almost time! Nordika is nearly here! It should be arriving in your favorite shops next week or the week after! I pulled all the matching blenders, solids, threads, and floss this week to create a one stop resource for you!

Art Gallery Pure Element Solids: 427 Spiceberry, 405 Cherry Lipgloss, 438 Coral Reef, 421 Honey, 435 Banana Cream, 412 Tender Green, 403 Fresh Water, 424 Mirage Blue, 410 Ash, 430 Moonstone, 413 Caviar, 433 Snow.

Art Gallery Squared Elements: 600 Watermelon, 602 Honeycomb, 604 Seafoam, 605 Turquoise, 606 Shadow, 607 Noir.

Art Gallery Oval Elements: 913 Cranberry, 921 Mustard, 911 Golden, 920 Mist, 900 Peacock, 918 Blue Lagoon, 927 Silver Drops, 930 Licorice, 919 Cookies n' Cream.
 
Art Gallery Nature Elements: 125 Antique Gold, 105 Mimosa, 118 Caribbean Blue, 100 Ocean Breeze, 108 Moonbeam, 120 Charcoal.

Art Gallery Floral Elements: 513 Honey Mustard, 520 Custard, 508 Aqua Haze, 530 Moonlight.
 
Art Gallery Lace Elements: 1301 Cherry Lace, 1300 Gold Lace.

There are tons of great blenders from other Art Gallery collections that match Nordika as well: Color Me Retro, Rhapsodia, Luxe in Bloom, Rock 'n Romance, Tule, Splendor 1920, Reminisce, Rhapsodia, Legacy, Legacy, Color Me Retro, Tule, Urban Mod, Indian Summer, Reminisce, Textures, Textures, LillyBelle, Urban Mod, Rock 'n Romance.

If you're still looking for a few extra prints to add to the mix, the entire Minimalista collection by Art Gallery In-House Studio would be a great match!

Aurifil 100% Cotton Thread: 1103, 2230, 2435, 2140, 2115, 2830, 1148, 4093, 2600, 2620, 2630, 2024, 2692, 3910, 4150, 4654, 4652, 4670, 4668, 4662.

DMC Embroidery Floss: 150 Ultra Very Dark Dusty Rose, 891 Dark Carnation, 352 Light Coral, 976 Medium Golden Brown, 3822 Light Straw, 369 Very Light Pistachio Green, 964 Light Seagreen, 3848 Medium Teal Green, 648 Light Beaver Gray, 535 Very Light Ash Gray, 310 Black, White.

I love being able to stretch a collection with blenders! I hope this post was helpful!

25 comments :

  1. Jeni you're on fire! Enjoy your release party tomorrow!!!!

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  2. Sooo beautiful and perfect for your collection! I am chomping at the bit for it to come out and buy it! I'm like a kid at Christmas! You must be so excited!

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  3. Great post. All designers should do this.

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  4. Wow! Thanks. I wish everyone did this for their fabric lines. ;) Sometimes it's hard to tell what color you're really getting if you're shopping online for fabric.

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  5. This is so awesome that you do all this work for us. It really, really does help and saves bunches of time. Thanks! Can't wait for your fabric to get to my door :)

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  6. This was an amazing post; thank you for going to all the work to show us what works. This information is invaluable to those of us who shop online for our fabrics. It is a beautiful line and I look forward to getting some.

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  7. So beautiful! Pure eye candy

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  8. I wish every designer did this! Especially for online shopping - so helpful! Congrats on a beautiful collection.

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  9. Drooling... OMG I must be checking online stores 50 times a day to see if your fabric is in stock yet!
    Love it Jeni! Can't wait to get my hands on some.
    And this is a very helpful post. Amazing. Thanks.

    Smiles from Australia

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  10. Jeni, I can't wait. Thanks for doing this for all of us. It sure is helpful and I think encourages us to utilize your fabrics in more ways than we initially think.

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  11. Wow! What a great post!! Maybe not for my pocketbook, but definitely for my stash!

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  12. Brilliant post. I bought a lot of fabric online and something like this is genius. Thanks so much.

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  13. Thank you SO MUCH. I'm so excited for next Thursday!

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  14. That was an absolute FANTASTIC post... Excellent! Great! Thank You!

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  15. It is so wonderful that you make a post like this, Jeni! I love Nordika, and am so pumped to get some of the new squared elements!!!!

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  16. This is brilliant. I would love some nordika fabric and this matching helps me work out ideas that I would like to make when I get the fabric.

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  17. Well done, Jeni. I would love to hear the story of how you starting designing and got to this point. This is a lovely collection.

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  18. Huge bouquet of thanks for helping with complimentary fabrics. It is a guessing game when ordering blenders on line.

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  19. I love this! Makes my life so much easier! Still thinking on the Nordika dress. I guess I have a little time, my pattern is here, so I should make a muslin.

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  20. Thank you sooooo much for this, Jeni! I am making a Tallahassee quilt with Nordika and I was thinking I needed to add in a few solids - this list is perfect! Now to decide on a background fabric... Thanks!

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  21. Thank you so much for sharing all this info in one place, so handy!

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  22. Thanks so much for your hard work. Love the line, just ordered a half yard bundle, hoping to use it for my penny sampler!

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  23. Have you found anything that coordinates with the red in Tulip Vines Red? It doesn't exist in Art Gallery Land, and I haven't been able to find anything else that matches quite right either! :)

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