Fabric, Kona Cottons

April 8th – A Cold Pitcher of Sweet Ice Peach Tea

Today’s Kona Cotton color of the day is Ice Peach. It’s a lighter color than Kona’s Peach (see pic below). The plain Peach seems to have more pink tones and is darker (obviously), whereas, while the Ice Peach is lighter, it appears to have a slightly more yellow tone to it. Or at least that’s how it appears to me.

Do you likes peaches? I mean the fruit? I used to like peaches a lot when I was a kid. The fuzzy peach didn’t bother me so much. Now, I like it less. The fruit, not the color. I still love the color. Not too pink, not too yellow. It’s just PEACHY! I also live in the south, so any sweet ice tea is the thing. Add peach to it and you have a winner!

If you’ve been reading our blog posts, I don’t want you to be confused between the PNW (Pacific Northwest) and the south. Diane Martin, my pattern writer/tester and all around excellent go-to gal, lives in the Pacific Northwest and she has been sharing blogging with me on some of our Kona Cotton colors. I live in the south, Texas to be exact, the great Lone Star State. So, just wanted to clear up any confusion, especially if you read her takes on the coast and mine from here. I promise we are two separate individuals who share a love of quilting and not split personalities. Hahaha.

Ok. I digress. We have gotten some new Kona Cotton colors in this week, so I’m hoping to be able to share a quick video with you next week so you can get a sneak peek of the fabric going into some really fabulous up and coming posts.

Get your Kona Cotton solids right on my website. Three colors can never be enough!

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