Fabric, Kona Cottons

July 19th- Honeysuckle (Diane)

Photo by Pixaby

Today’s Kona cotton color of the day is Honeysuckle.

I can’t say that I have ever seen honeysuckle. According to Wikipedia honeysuckle is an arching shrub or twining vine, native to northern latitudes in North America and Eurasia. Invasive honeysuckle vines, which are non-native can ramble over the ground and climb up small trees, shrubs, and ornamentals and smother them by cutting off their water supply or stop the free flow of sap in the process. Some people think the sweet smell of honeysuckle smells like trouble.

Our Kona cotton Honeysuckle is not trouble and it is not invasive. It is quite the opposite. It is a bright berry pink that I would pair with greens, yellows and blues. You could also choose a monochromatic color scheme and pair it with Peony, Bubble Gum, Azalea, Valentine, and White for a stunning pink combination that is not going to smell like trouble.

Let us know what is on your cutting table today. We now carry over 300 bolts of the Kona cotton solid colors.

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