Maleficent Curated Fabric Bundle

During #virtualquiltmarket, I had the extraordinary opportunity to design my own fabric bundle for Gotcha Covered Quilting!  I love love love color!  My apparel construction teacher says I have a natural eye for combining color and prints.  I must have inherited this trait from my mother.  She’s a natural.

I started with purple.  It is my favorite color.  What can I say?  Purple also blends well with so many colors!  I wanted to combine my purple with low volume fabrics and a pop of color.  After seeing this gorgeous print by Frances Newcombe from her Utopia line, I knew that pop of color would be teal.

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After the decision to add teal was made, I started looking at low volumes.  Leah Duncan is one of my favorite designers and her Gramercy line pulls at city planning trained heart.  I knew this print had to be included.  gramercy leah duncan maleficient fabric bundle crafty planner

My next selection was this great piece by Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness.  To me,  it reads as a dark low volume and almost black.  It was important to me that the bundle not be too dark.
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Her “scales” print (really called NeighborHoods) also matched perfectly.
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After finishing my half apron, I knew these two prints from Geometric Bliss by Jeni Baker would be perfect.
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Tessellate Huckleberries from Geometric Bliss
The multi colored print matches perfectly and the teal is perfect.

Last (but definitely not least), I wanted another lighter purple.  This print from Utopia fit the bill perfectly.  I might need to buy a bolt of it!

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So here is the final result:

maleficent fabric bundle curated by crafty planner for gotcha covered quilting

I had so much fun curating this bundle!  I was in shock when it sold out in 25 minutes and a waiting list was established.  You liked it.   You really liked it!  😉

I am looking forward to curating another fabric bundle soon!

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