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Fabricworm always coordinates great bundles to take you from one season to the next.  I live on the north side of a mountain, and though spring has come to just about everywhere else in my area, we are always the last to see those pretty buds open and dress nature in her full glory.  The pastels in this palette are what my heart is so longing for right now!  Of course I can simply drive to the west side of town, or down out of the mountains and see the beautiful colors everywhere.  I can’t wait to simply look out my window!  For now I will just enjoy the expert combinations of beautiful fabric prints!
 

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Here’s what’s in this pretty seasonal stack!

Homestead, ORGANIC, Clouds Shell
Natural History, Constellations Peach
Happy Campers, Tonal Triangles Orange
Mod Basics, ORGANIC, Birdie Spokes Sun
Confetti Dot, Gold
Mini Pearl Bracelets, Seafoam
Mod Basics 3, ORGANIC, Wink Mint
Bread N Butter, Diamond Grid Light Blue
Wander, Native Aqua

 
Mix It Up Monday aims to help you coordinate fabrics from multiple collections to take the guess work out of your fabric selections.  I hope this week’s bundle inspires your next project!
 
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I am certainly loving on this combination of a warm gray with a peachy-coral color palette.  I think I could put an outfit together or accessorize using these colors.  What do you think?  What would you choose to make with this color palette? I’m inspired!

 

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Have you heard the old adage that babies come in threes?  I swear it’s true.  I know 3 very wonderful ladies who are all ready to pop any minute now!  (I’m trying to make sure I don’t drink the water).  I love baby sewing tutorials.  They are typically easy, fun, and very personal.  And you can use fabrics that are not as harmful as the things that you find in the stores.  With so many organic fabric lines available these days, sewing for baby can be safe, non-toxic, hold up well, and choosing colors and designs is a blast!

I always love to get to know what colors the mommy to be is decorating her nursery, but of course that’s not always necessary.  There are plenty of fabric designs to choose from even if you have to go gender neutral.  I was too much of a planner, so the day that I found out I was having a boy, I immediately got to work decorating the nursery in the color scheme I had planned for him.

There are tons of free baby sewing tutorials out there but here are just a few if you would like some inspiration!

 

Cheerful Play Mat from The Purl Bee

Cheerful Play Mat from The Purl Bee


 
Designer Burp Cloths from How Does She

Designer Burp Cloths from How Does She


 
Ruffled Bib from Craftiness is Not Optional

Ruffled Bib from Craftiness is Not Optional


 


 

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Blogger Giuseppe Ribaudo takes us around the color wheel with his choice of fabrics for Fat Quarter Shop’s Blogger’s Choice feature.  What I like the most about this choice of color palette is that sometimes when we go all the way around the rainbow we can end up with a very primary or juvenile looking color scheme.  These hues are just muted enough to bring brilliant color and sophistication at the same time.
 

Giuseppe Ribaudo

 

Here’s what’s in this week’s bundle:

  • Forest Floor – FOR-47705
  • Parade on Main – C6085-RED
  • Play Ball 2 – C5133-ORANGE
  • Play Ball 2 – C5134-YELLOW
  • Mini Pearl Bracelets – 7829-Y1
  • Eastham – PWDS103-JUNIP
  • Chalk and Paint – CHP-50206
  • Forest Floor – FOR-47701
  • Forest Floor – FOR-47702
  • Forest Floor – FOR-47708
  • Aria – 27236-16
  • The Potting Shed – 6627-16

 
Mix It Up Monday aims to help you coordinate fabrics from multiple collections to take the guess work out of your fabric selections.  I hope this week’s bundle inspires your next project!
 
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