cross-point Autumn/Early Winter stitching – Bright Colors

CHEERFUL COLORS FOR AUTUMN STITCHING

Autumn here in the Blue Ridge Mountains is a special time – a riot of colors – from scarlet and deep reds to gold, yellow, chartreuse, deep green, rust, brown, orange, all seen against a true blue clear sky. Fall FoliageAt cross-point™ we memorialize this fleeting moment with a collection of color related patterns for pillows, rugs, runners and coverlets. They are available in many different sizes. Please visit the cross-point website for more information on individual patterns.

PART I – CHEERFUL  COLORS

I added three groupings of color related patterns to Color Schemes that I hope will inspire you to pull together coordinated colors for stitching to create a warm and cheerful interior during the many gray months of late fall and winter. These bright colors will chase away any gloomy thoughts and feelings. Read more here..

Fall colors: topaz,tomato,teal,inkBright red, dark red, topaz, gold, teal, yellow, honey, dark green

Fall colors: tomato,topaz,grass,true blueBright red, dark red, true blue, grass green, topaz, straw, maize, ink

Fall colors: pale red,loden,oliveLight red, paprika, loden green, gold, olive, straw, chartreuse

Part II coming up – woodland colors of golden browns, brass, copper, hunter green, hickory and black browns, khaki accents, sand and tan.

About Sieglinde

Designer and owner of www.cross-point.com
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One Response to cross-point Autumn/Early Winter stitching – Bright Colors

  1. Brigitte says:

    My favorite colors in great designs – well done, Sieglinde!

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