Color Play Friday: Purplishous Gets Coffee

It's no secret that my favorite color is purple. That's probably what drew me in to participating this week. I decided on a variety of purples and couldn't resist the grey and black from the cup. The real decision was in how to limit to 8 colors for the palette. I wanted to include the white, red and blue. In the end I opted in include the white and blue. Sorry, red.

I just couldn't resist using a unicorn fabric. I'm sorry that it's currently out of stock at Stash Fabrics (where I linked to it), but it is around for purchase still. I'm curious how many others will choose it this week. I liked that the black fabric has circles that remind me of the rings left by a coffee cup. Now I'm kinda itching to work with this color palette. I'll have to remember to come back to this when I need a new project. ;-)

I created my palette with Palette Builder 2.1 by Play Crafts.

Kona Nightfall
Kona Bright Peri
Kona Crocus
Kona Lavender
Kona Snow
Kona Coal
Kona Black
Kona Everglade

Unicorn Tapestry in Purple by Lizzy House, Andover Fabrics
Sketch in Iris by Timeless Treasures
Ring Spots in Violet by Robert Kaufman
Bitty Bows in Opal Metallic by Michael Miller
Confetti in Champagne by Lizzy House, Andover Fabrics
Crosshatch in Charcoal by Carolyn Friedlander, Architextures
Circles in Black by Simple Simon and Company, Riley Blake Designs
Ripples in Sea by Bari J. Ackerman, Art Gallery


Check out the other palettes this week at:

8 thoughts on “Color Play Friday: Purplishous Gets Coffee

    1. sarah

      Post author

      Thanks, Lorinda. It would be fun to play with. I've picked another palette this week that I want to work with, too (from my son's t-shirt). Now to finish some existing WIPs. :-)

    1. sarah

      Post author

      I almost chose a "white" that had a bit of red in it... to fit in the color I dropped, but in the end I decided I liked this one better. Thanks for visiting, Bo.


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