09 May, 2011

More Grey



It might seem appropriate that I'm working with grey fabric these days, but I assure you that these Shades of Grey fabric are far from dreary and dull. Clear tones, loads of white, and some amazing graphics on the latest line from Jan at Daisy Janie. This line is also printed on certified organic cotton.

Jan sent me some of this new yardage a few months back. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get to it until very recently. Now I have an exciting project underway using these great prints. For now, I've cut strips. And I'm drooling over this particular print and it just might have inspired the design of this quilt, much like the Ogee fabric from Geo Grand inspired my Ornamental Organic quilt.


As usual, I'll keep you posted on my progress.

If you are interested in Shades of Grey, I've seen them available for purchase so far at Fat Quarter Shop, Wondrous Wovens, Sew Mama Sew, and Marmalade Fabrics.

9 comments:

Esch House Quilts said...

This is such a great line! I can't wait to see what you do with it.

If the sewing itself soothes your soul the way it does mine, it is just what you need to help you get through the difficult times you've had lately.

Joyce said...

Love those greys. There is something about neutrals that I really like.

Sondra said...

Cheryl,
Can't wait to see what you do...Sodnra

What Comes Next? said...

those are fabulous greys! Can't wait to see what you create with them

amandajean said...

those greys match our weather!

can't wait to see the quilt take shape.

Lynda Halliger-Otvos said...

Loving the gray prints, excited to see what comes of them.

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Victoria said...

Beautiful fabrics. The prints are exciting and the grays so soothing. Can't wait to see what you come up with!

My Sweet Prairie said...

those are sooo pretty!
~Monika
in Saskatoon