Photo by Pixaby Today's Kona Cotton color of the day is Shitake. Shitake is a mushroom. It's also a fungus. When a person thinks about eating something, fungus isn't generally the first thing to come to mind. It's native to China and Japan. I think there are people that are mushroom people and people that… Continue reading July 24th- Shitake… Wait, That’s a Mushroom?
Photo by Pixaby Today's Kona Cotton color of the day is Key Lime. This is a VERY bright lime-ish green. Let's not waste time, a'ight? Good stuff is coming! The quilt below is beautifully colorful but includes Key Lime. It was designed by Marilyn Foreman for Robert Kaufman. I love this one so much, it's… Continue reading July 23rd- Key Lime…. Not JUST Pie!
Picture by Pixaby Today's Kona cotton color of the day is Thistle. I have to say that today's color is another one of my favorite colors, especially in this combination of colors. I love mixing purples and blues. The quilt below features Periwinkle, Nightfall, Crocus, Hibiscus, Tulip, Regatta, Lapis, and Titanium, which I think works… Continue reading July 22nd- Thistle- This color will not leave you feeling prickly
Photo by Pixby Today's Kona Cotton color of the day is Coral. Coral is a bright red with undertones of pink and orange. Did you know that coral, while it may look like plants or rocks are actual animals? Coral is actually made up of tiny animals called polyps. They are invertebrates that can be… Continue reading July 21st- Coral