You don’t always need a cornucopia of colors in a project. Sometimes the most beautiful projects play on only a few colors in different shades and textures. Here a red looks bright and cheery against a variety of tans.
Deep purple and orange mix beautifully together in this fall centerpiece. Add a light yellow and magenta to these colors to create a sewing project with vibrant highlights. For a clean look, include a neutral beige that echoes a patterned linen.
Frigid temps call for warmer wear. But just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you have to stick with dark colors. Spice up a winter project by combining bright yellows and aqua with dark blues. A brown print serves as a neutral to help balance the updated cold-weather colors.
Choosing fabrics for a project is as easy as decorating cookies: Simply pick your favorite colors and prints and combine them into something scrumptious. Like these kooky pumpkin cookies, fabrics can be eye-catching and fun.
Look no further than your favorite fall treat for project inspiration. The colors in this delectable brownie, for example, easily translate into fabrics. If you’re using a lot of the same colors in your project, make sure to choose a variety of prints so each fabric stands out. Pops of color are a nice treat!
Balance bright oranges and yellows with dark greens and neutrals in a project that features all of fall's beautiful colors. Choose subtle prints that will add interest and movement without distracting from the autumn hues.