Monday, January 19, 2015

Brand New : :

Prismatic Bundle

This week I'm craving to start something new, something colorful, fresh, and exciting! This afternoon I pulled my fabrics, all gorgeous Art Gallery prints beginning with my Wild & Free collection and AGF's newest amazing blenders, Prisma Elements.

Prisma Elements & Feathers

It didn't take long before a large rainbow of color had been added to my stack. I tried just choosing favorites, not an easy task, I love them all!

Rainbow Plans

Especially these cool blues and reds together!

Cool Blues & Reds

I'm still deciding on a quilt pattern design, but I'm currently thinking two quilts for this prismatic bundle!

Wild & Free and...

How about you, what would you make with this colorful collection? I always love reading your ideas!

♡ Maureen     

31 comments:

  1. maybe a simple saw-tooth stars quilt?

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    1. Ooh, I love that idea! I've only ever made a saw-tooth star doll quilt! http://www.maureencracknellhandmade.blogspot.com/2014/06/a-littlest-doll-quilt.html

      Thanks!!

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  2. Oh man, can I buy this exact bundle?? Haha. I love it so much!!!! Whatever you end up making will be beautiful!

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  3. That much color is perfect for this dreary month of January! I know whatever you choose to make will be gorgeous!

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  4. gorgeous fabrics, perfect for a throw for my couch

    connie b

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  5. Fantastic bundle of fabrics, as usual :)

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  6. Maybe a modern log cabin quilt - with "logs" wide enough to show off those pretty prints.

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  7. Maureen ~ What's that feather(?) print in your 2nd photo?

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  8. What ever you make will be great made with your fabric in it Maureen ! I ordered a fat quarter set from the Fat Quarter shop the other day and love it I don't know what I'll make yet....I hate to cut into it !

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  9. How about a simple quilt with an arch of all those gorgeous rainbow colours? I love all those stunning colours :-) Whatever you make be sure to have fun.
    Hugs,
    Annie x

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  10. I still default to your herringbone quilt when I make gifts. Everyone loves that eclectic style and the volume of colors makes it go with anything! What about your herringbone pattern with an ombre effect with those fabrics? I've wanted to try one of those and probably will. I've been cutting my scraps into usable pieces of 2.5" strips, squares of 4-6", etc. so maybe I'll start sorting my strips and try something like that. Whatever you make will be beautiful as always and another inspiration for us to try!

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  11. Wow,have fun playing with them.One of my favorite pattern is log cabin and anything with stars!

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  12. Gorgeous group of fabrics! Looking forward to what you decide! (as far as my ideas--I am always stumped at that point, not wanting to screw up a great group of fabrics)

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  13. I know I have probably said this about a hundred times, but I love your sense of colour and colour combos. Whatever you make will look amazing.

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  14. I've seen those blenders a few time and never once thought of pairing them with your fabric, but wow, they look gorgeous together.

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  15. Thank you for all the colors. Please keep

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  16. Oh no, now you're making me crave those prisma elements even more, and it's pay day lol

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