My friend Emily over at Sew ET has recently opened up an online fabric shop on Etsy called Don’t Drool on the Fabric. She has a mix of recent and hard to find prints at reasonable prices. You’ll want to keep an eye on her shop as she builds her inventory and expands her product range.
Emily asked me last week if I’d be interested in creating a fat quarter bundle from the fabric she currently has in stock and hosting a giveaway for it. Of course! I’m always happy to help promote a small business and you know how much I enjoy doing giveaways.
So I headed right on over to her shop and started looking around. I was immediately drawn to the green and orange prints. Green is my favorite color and orange has been tickling my fancy lately. It’s really weird because I always thought I didn’t like orange but I keep being drawn to it.
Here’s what I came up with! The one on the bottom is a bit busier and bolder than the rest but I like the colors. It even has a pinch of purple in it. These are the prints in order from top to bottom. I’ve linked them to the individual item pages in Emily’s shop.
- Moda V & Co Simply Style Geometric Eyelet in Lime Green
- Moda V & Co Simply Color Tangerine Sprigs
- Michael Miller Heaven and Helsinki Citron Mini Tulip
- Michael Miller Heaven and Helsinki Orange Mini Tulip
- Moda V & Co Simply Color White Lime Green
- Moda Kate Spain Good Fortune Pagoda in Spirit Orange
When I received the bundle in the mail the other day, I was so very pleased with how it turned out. I am glad. I really wanted to make a nice bundle for Emily.
What do you think? I’m really liking the greens and oranges. The colors are giving me both a 1970s vibe and a feeling of summer. She’s added the bundle to her shop. You can find it here. Go check it out! While you’re there you can buy it or even just favorite it. Emily was so sweet to send me one to keep and to let me give another one away to one of you.
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