For someone who doesn't think of themselves as a "pink" person, I seem to have accumulated a fair number of pink fabrics. I'm using them to make good on a promise to make a quilt for Alison's Soy Amado/Amada project . You can read more about it in her original post - the situation of these children is quite heartbreaking and will make you feel very privileged.
Given the colour I think we can safely say that this is a Soy Amada (for a girl) quilt! Have to say, I'm quite liking the pink madness.
Love the pinks with splashes of green! It will make a great soy amada quilt! A very worthy project to participate in! cheers, CWReplyDelete
What a great collection of raspberry pinks!ReplyDelete
As a gal that adores the colour pink I must say that I am loving all that pink madness. You will, I am quite sure, transform all those pretty fabrics into a gorgeous Soy Amanda quilt!!ReplyDelete
This is a great project to be involved in and the colours you have chosen really pop :)ReplyDelete
Well I'm a bit of a pink girl (but only in the quilty corner of my life) and so I can't wait to see what you do with these lovelies. I have to make good on a promise too. Thanks for the reminder ;)ReplyDelete
Vivid, or shabby chic, pink is such a versatile colour. I love how cheerful your quilt will look–just the sort of thing a little girl would love. Thanks for flagging up this initiative, I've got an unused quilt that's looking for a home, now I know where to send it.ReplyDelete
I'm just glad you are going with bright pinks - I can't really get friendly with masses of pale, pastelly baby pink ...ReplyDelete
*catching up* I'm no pink lady but loving thisReplyDelete