Crafty Colour Palette #1
Crafty Colour Palette #1 had to be what originally inspired my new project.
It was this lovely tray that I got from IKEA! Every time I looked at it, I just kept thinking how the colours went together so well. This is quite a large selection with 8 colours, but you could select a few or use them all.
Crafty Colour Palette #1: Colour list
Pale pink: DMC 603 / Anchor 62
Fuchsia: DMC 601 / Anchor 57
Orange: DMC 970 / Anchor 316
Red: DMC 349 / Anchor 13
Yellow: DMC 444 / Anchor 290
Light green: DMC 704 / Anchor 256
Dark green: DMC 700 / Anchor 228
Blue: DMC 3843 / Anchor 1089
What could I make?
There are so many things you could make with a rainbow colour palette! I picked out a few ideas from my Pinterest board, Stitch.
Make some hoop art with some very neat satin stitch – simple but so effective! (Embroidery by Jane Denton. Source: The Jealous Curator)
Try out a Sashiko inspired stitch on a quilt like this one (Source: Me and My Sister Designs):
You could also customise your clothes! Use vintage-style stitches to create a unique garment or give something a new lease of life.
Customisation doesn’t have to be complicated though! Add some rainbow style with some simple stitching. This is a dress that we recently bought for Little One and it has simple stitching around the bottom in rainbow colours. You could stitch this on a sewing machine if you’re not confident at sewing by hand. Dress from Mothercare (photo my own).
Got any other ideas for projects inspired by this colour palette? Share them in the comments below or get in touch via Instagram @craftycolourpalettes! Don’t forget that I’m looking for contributions to Crafty Colour Palettes – email me firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas!
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