Fabric, Kona Cottons

April 4th -Parfait- Eat Dessert First

Today’s Kona color of the day is Parfait. I have to admit that I really did not know what a parfait was until I did some research. I thought it was just something you ordered off the dollar menu at McDonald’s because you wanted something a little bit healthier. According to Wikipedia, the dessert originated in France in 1892 and was made by boiling cream, eggs, sugar, and syrup to create a custard. The American version uses yogurt, granola, nuts, liqueurs, and fruit. Both are served in tall glassware with a long spoon.

Parfait means perfect in French, and I think that aptly describes this color. It is a perfect color that could be used as a background if you paired it with Carcoal, Brick, Sunny, or Medium Grey. It can also be paired with lighter colors such as Ice Peach, Lingerie, Champagne,Seafoam, and Limestone.

Silver Morning Flight by Elise Lea http://robertkaufman.com/quilting/quilts_patterns/silver_morning_flight_3945/

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