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Collection: Colourful Co-ordinates
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Design by Rhonda W. Â© 2011. Trails of tiny abstract snail shapes make an interesting textured blender print. This Colourful Co-ordinate is ideal to use in home decor accent items or as wall-paper on a feature wall.
A tiny print from the Colourful Co-ordinates Collection, this design is ideal for dolls, miniatures or as a blender fabric in patchwork and quilting projects. An original design by Rhonda W. © 2011.
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Thank you kindly for your wonderful comment, Debby! I have used the prints from this collection quite often in patchwork projects. I'm glad you like the colours!:-)
Posted 8 months ago.
Wow, Rhonda what a nice accent print to go with just about anything! And look at all the yummy colors to choose from! :-) I feel like I'm in a candy store!
Thank you so much for your kind words, Susan! :-)
Posted almost 3 years ago.
Posted about 3 years ago.
Thank you very much for your kind and thoughtful comment, Lisa! You are right about the need for blender prints to be used as complementary fabrics in patchwork and quilting projects! I have found the various colourways of this design to be very handy to balance out the big statement fabrics that are used as the feature in quilt blocks.
Just realized how many colors you offer this wonderful design in! Fantastic! Most of us forget that tiny scale prints are just as useful (if not more useful) than medium and large ones, and I am afraid that the contests tend to favor the larger prints simply because people can see them better. It takes a true quilter like you to fill in that gap! Thank you, Rhonda.
Thank you very much for your sweet comments, Penney and Sylvie! :-)
So many ways to use this design, and beautiful colourways too! Lovely work Rhonda :-)
These abstracted snails are so cute and perfect for quilting with
Thank you very much, Magenta Rose! Your wonderful comment and great ideas for ways to use this print are much appreciated! :-)
This is a gorgeous colour and I love the design, just didnt realise before that you had it in so many brilliant colours! It would be fabulous for so many projects including childrens clothes- I can just see a little dress with matching bolero and sunhat made by a sewing mama for her little princess or shorts and matching sunhat and jacket for her little prince! :) The possiblities are endless with a lining of a different colour snail fabric!
Thanks for the lovely comment, Amy! :-)
I love all of these colorways......so yummy!!!!
Ralitza, thank you for the compliment!! :-)
Posted over 3 years ago.
Thank you for the comment and the giggle, Patricia! I have been outside to check and can only see snails ranging from grey and brown through to a pretty pale creamy pink! Alas, no teal ones to be amazed by! I will have to set my nature-loving grandson on the hunt! :-)
Posted about 4 years ago.
I found some tiny cobalt blue snails in my garden a few years ago, much to my amazement, I should add.
I have so much to learn, and now I know what a blender fabric is. I visited this pattern before because I like the idea of happy teal snails. I could just giggle at the thought.
Thank you for your thoughtful comments, Sue Ellen! I appreciate your kind suggestions! I do actually have a few more lovely colours in the pipeline in this useful blender pattern. I will be putting them up for sale soon. :-)
I love the tint snails, and all the colors! I can't imagine they won't work well with ant color one might choose. Their irregular shape adds just the right touch of texture to their regular placement, increasing the visual interest. This really is not only an attractive, as well as a useful, tonal/blender, but also a soft/textured solid that could be used over larger areas. Well done!
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