Beginner Friendly Patchwork

Color Blocking is the art of combining solid color squares and rectangles into a bold yet cohesive design. Its origins are usually attributed to Piet Mondrian, an artist who lived around 1900 and whose paintings were a collection of stark lines and flat, colorful blocks. The style resurfaced as a pop trend in the 1960s
Our Sofa Throw features two unique substrates –  voile and linen – in a wonderful zig zag patchwork and with lusciously long bullion fringe at either end. It's reminiscent of the popular furniture covers of the 1930s and '40s, which tended to be longer and thinner than what you find today. One or more of
Make it a more Green Halloween this year by forgoing the paper and plastic decorations in favor of this cool fabric banner that can be used year after year. We originally chose the Spooktactular fabric collection, which put a fun and different spin on the traditional black and orange, adding purple, lime green, and white.

Are a host of Halloween goblins headed your way? Roll out this fast and easy runner to spread out your goodies in style. The simple patchwork is made up of forty 5″ squares for a colorful grid of stripes, dots, bats, and spiders.

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