Hi friends! How is everyone this week?
If you’re new to Color Play Friday, welcome! This is my fun way of taking a little time each week to expand my color knowledge and fabric-selection skills. Often, a picture will take me completely out of my comfort zone and force me to combine fabrics in a new way.
We have a change to Color Play Friday for the summer, which I will explain after my fabric links.
You can head over to my Color Play Friday page to see the rules and my palettes and bundles from previous weeks. You can also search #colorplayfriday on Instagram to see lots of palettes and bundles from the past! If you’d like to know more about participating in Color Play Friday, please feel free send me an email and I’ll let you in on all the details of how to join.
This photo is from Sarah at 123Quilt. What a fun picture to work with!
I loved the bright colors here and wanted to showcase a fun spectrum of what jumped out at me.
Here are the fabrics I chose:
Tula Pink, Tabby Road, Tent Stripe in Blue Bird
Me + You, Indah Batiks, Stitches in Dark Orchid
Me + You, Indah Batiks, Speckles in Gemstone
Cotton + Steel Basics, XOXO in Clementine
Alison Glass, Chroma, Scatter in Carrot
Alison Glass, Sun Prints, Ink in Yellow
I used the Stash Fabrics design wall feature to create this bundle… it really helps to collect a group of fabrics quickly! These are not affiliate links, I just really love the feature!
A note about scale:
- While I believe scale is a very important part of fabric selection, the fabrics shown in my Color Play images are not always perfectly to scale. I do my best, by you should always double check scale before ordering!
And now for the changes to CPF!
Each week, I’ve shared a picture with you and asked participants to select colors from it and create a bundle. For the next few months, instead of using a picture as a prompt, I will be posting a prompt word or phrase to use for the following week. You can create a real bundle from your stash (this is what I will be doing) or a virtual one online like we’ve always done.
For example, when working the prompt “Harry Potter”, you could choose colors based on your choice of Hogwarts House, or draw inspiration from a particularly favorite scene or character.
I’m hoping this will give the participants and myself a little more freedom when choosing bundles and create a fun twist for summer.
And who knows, if it’s working well and everyone is enjoying it, we might just keep it!
So then, the prompt for next week is 50’s Diner!
Happy Sewing, ~L
I love this picture! Your palette makes me smile as much as the picture does.