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Pile O' Fabric Stash Share

This post is part of a weekly series called Pile O’ Fabric Stash Share. Each week challenge yourself to create a custom bundle from your fabric stash based on the color scheme posted for the week. Then share a picture of your final bundle here on the Stash Share post. See full details.

This Weeks Color Palette and Bundle

IMG_9985-palette This bundle includes (left to right) Botanics by Carolyn Friedlander, Botanics by Carolyn Friedlander, Dots by Joanns Fabric, Wood Grain by Joel Dewberry, Farm Fresh October Afternoon by Riley Blake, Summersville Spring by Lucie Summers. Coordinating Kona Cotton Solids (not shown) based on the color palette from left to right are Flame, Chocolate, Stone, Mustard.

IMG_9986-threadCoordinating Aurifil threads are #1154, #2360, #1135.

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  • Fonda Boyd says...

    Love these colors

    On August 21, 2014

  • Sarah @ Berry Barn Designs says...

    Once again, like Christine mentions, I’m lacking enough fresh browns for these last few palettes! But I really never use it enough to warrant stocking up, so everyone’s just going to have to overlook the same few getting recycled in my stash shares : P

    On August 21, 2014

  • Christine Slaughter says...

    I do love these colors… and when I went to pull a bundle together I realized I am severly lacking in Browns, I don’t have any colors remotely resembling Stone, all of my yellows are either too light, bright or dark. But I did have a perfect Flame! LOL

    On August 21, 2014

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