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Saturday, August 11, 2012

my color wheel ~

the colors in my color wheel may not be the same as yours....
they are not bright primary colors ~ in fact I can't even name what color they are sometimes...
so I make up my own ~

"not-quite blue"
"corn bread"

i can't help myself ~ I. am. addicted.

"birch bark"

can we ever have too much? um.....no.

"fresh egg"
"graveyard dirt"
"october sky"

this time of the year especially, when I am in the throes of creative endeavors, preparing for shows and simply just wanting to relax & decorate this old farmhouse...these colors are my therapy.

and of course it's not just fabric that occupies my mind, but trims too...
like this humongous olive-khaki -colored rick-rack from Moda that I had to have.
(what will she do with that, they ask?...no idea, she replies, but I had to have it)
those are folded fat 1/4's the rick-rack is laying on...& those scissors are approx. 4" long, so you can now see just how huge this trim is!!!

I actually do have plans for the trim and the fabric...
~ and oh my, will you ever be surprised!
I have to be good and not 'share' everything with you right now,
I promise there are some exciting things on the horizon for all of us!

Blessings from the farm,


Jane said...

Inspiring as always!! I'm pulling out my fall colors, too.

Welcome ~ said...

always happy to use fall colors...
they make me feel safe & warm!

Michelle~Sugar House Creations said...

I love the huge rick rack I saw some brown at my LQS and can't wait to get some. I have no idea what I will use it for either. :-)

denise said...

i love your fabrics! they're beautiful!!!!!!!! denise

Anon E. Mouse said...

I especially like the yellow/golden/cheddars. They make things pop a little. Are you picky about seeing the fabric colors in person before buying? Do you ever trust your computer monitor to pick fabric colors?

Patti said...

I'm always excited when I see a new post on your blog.
Love the colors and your names for them!
Blessings, Patti

Pamela@ Our Pioneer Homestead said...

One can never have enough fabric!! Wonderful selection~

Constance said...

You are funny. Actually I started wool appliquing and gave away all my other fabric so have to start all over. I want to do a courthouse steps now in Cotton. So, "no" there is never enough!

Carole said...

Love the witchy fabric! Would love to find some like that!!
The rest of the fabrics are wonderful, too!

cucki said...

I love your fabric so much..lovely colors xxx

*Kountry*Porch*Primitives* said...

All so pretty...tempting like a candy bowl....have to add some of your wonderful fabrics from spoonflower to my stash too, thinking about playing with some of my own designs too!! Happy Sunday ~Kriss~

Anonymous said...

I love your colors, never having been much for brights either. Can't wait to see what you're brewing!

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Such wonderful names on your color wheel!!! Beautiful fabrics too!
Prim Blessings

Heather said...

I love your names for the colors! They really evoke a mood and feeling-- graveyard dirt! Now that really gives a mood!
Good luck with all your shows and endeavors! Cant wait to see what you come up with!~

jody said...

so fun to play! enjoy!

By Thy Hands Tinkerings said...

Love all of these Lori~ and I am going to try your challenge stitch too, just have to get some linen. You should do a home tour!!!


Heidi Steiner said...

I'm swooning over your color wheel.....loving your spicy palate.
Looking forward to seeing what your brew up.

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