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FNB2 - Mini Fizz-n-Bubble Stripes in Lime Green and Purple  - Lengthwise fabric by maryyx on Spoonflower - custom fabric

Preview scale: 24 x 24 inches.

by maryyx

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By Mary Wykes

Color combos in my designs range from soft and subtle to bold and vivacious. In addition to creative, original artwork there are coordinates such as plaids, stripes, polka dots, solids and more. Ask if you need something customized!

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This lime green and purple stripe is a novelty design, a humorous spoof with bubbles fizzing through the stripes as if they were straws.

Easily find coordinates within the full Fizz-n-Bubble Stripes and Plaids collection by watching for the code FNB2 at the beginning of design titles or do a search for this same code using the tag search box on the main Spoonflower shopping page to pull up all related designs.

Here’s a bit of fun history about the origin of the Fizz-n-Bubble collection: "Prohibition Era" was one of the Spoonflower weekly challenges in October of 2016. I didn’t enter but loved Amy Gale’s: I hunted through my shop looking for a fabric that would coordinate with it. Not finding anything appropriate, I decided to create some coordinating stripes. Then I started giggling. I began to think of my stripes as straws, and so had to add some fizzy bubbles to them.

Personally I love stripes! I've always been frustrated by how few I saw in the store, and when I found a striped blouse, I always had to try it on. Now that I'm here at Spoonflower, where it is easy to find an endless variety of stripes, I truly realize how much I am drawn to them. I tend to prefer narrow stripes, and after reading this article on the history of stripes, I have new insight as to why, at a subconscious level, that might be!

The narrow stripes in this collection are especially nice for blouses and men’s shirts. I very much enjoy using the crosswise stripes as the bodice for a dress. The wider stripes make a wonderfully fun, bold fashion statement on a blouse, shirt or dress and are also great fun to use for upholstery projects and wallpaper.

Stripes are also tremendously fun to use for quilting! Here is a useful article about how to use stripes effectively in your next quilt:

If you need a design in another size, just ask! Thanks for stopping by my shop.

Copyright Mary K Wykes 10-5-16

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Posted 10 months ago.