This week has been all about the colors yellow and orange!
The Orange Indienne Fabric is boldly colored with
orange, violet, yellow, and green
against a beige toile paisley design.
We are down to the last 10 yards of this.
The orange and violet French toile fabric is almost gone as well.
As I have stated before,
only the French would come up with this color combination-
but, if one likes orange, and wants bold-
this is it!
The 4″ check in orange has also been popular.
This is the only true orange buffalo check we have seen.
Moving on to gold and yellow fabrics that have been popular!
Sunny and cheerful, are the words for this Indienne!
But, we are nearly out of this-
there are 4 yards left.
Also in short supply is our sunflower fabric.
There are two 3 yard pieces of this left.
This came in as what is known as a split.
A print run is as long as 4500 yards-
and no fabric is that long,
so it has to be joined,
and then the printing continues.
Even though fall seems quite a while ago,
the Scandinavian tree leaf fabric has been popular.
The yellow rooster fabric-
County Fair is always popular.
I recently realized that the
yellow plaid taffeta, with the embroidered blue flowers,
by Clarence House works well with it!
It is nice when we can put something together that will work!
So many of our fabrics are stand alone,
that it is often hard to find one that will co-ordinate with it.
It is nice to see some bright, cheerful colors around us,
as we move through the winter months.
So, take a look at the
One can look at the different colors that are of interest for you!
I think it is helpful to vary how one searches.
I tend to search by genre,
but I think it is good to change one’s point of view.
We have tried to do that by adding different methods-
using style, color, etc.