Sew Much Color is all about color inspiration! Think about it as a fan club for people who love pretty fabric. Our motto is: see me now, sew me later.
For those who want more than just eye candy, we are offering our color inspirations for purchase in collections of six fabrics per color grouping, available as fat quarters and/or half yards, curated by our Head Colorista (Ebony Love).
Sew Much Color Groupings
We always label each fabric with the Kona color name and SKU, so if you need to reorder yardage you are able to do so.
The Limited groupings are introduced one at a time and are offered for only 7-14 days. This helps keep the color inspiration moving at a pace fast enough to outrun our attention span.
You also have the option to add a coordinating large spool of Aurifil thread to your selection (we pick the color.)
How do we decide how long a grouping endures? Using atmospheric noise.
If we have any left at the end of the offering, they can be purchased through the Archival Collection until the cut stock runs out.
Our Current Collection, Candy Drop, is available through April 17, 2020, (while supplies last):
Candy Drop – Sew Much Color Collection 2020-02$10.00 – $30.00
The Gradations groupings are evergreen, so they are always available for you in half-yard bundles (as long as the yardage is in stock.)
Gradations do not come with Aurifil thread, but if you’d like to select a spool from our in-stock colors, you may do so here.
Here is just a sampling of the items in our Gradations category:
Emedoodle Bundle – 6 Kona Cotton Half Yards$20.00
Oceanside Bundle – 6 Kona Cotton Half Yards$20.00
Sea Glass Bundle – 6 Kona Cotton Half Yards$20.00
Creamsicle Bundle – 6 Kona Cotton Half Yards$20.00
Cotton Candy Bundle – 6 Kona Cotton Half Yards$20.00
Sunny Day Bundle – 6 Kona Cotton Half Yards$20.00
Emedoodle Bundle – 6 Kona Cotton Fat Quarters$10.00
Our Mystery Collection can be a little random sometimes, but if you have any concerns or preferences, you can always add them to your Order Notes when you check out. The fabrics are always well-coordinated, you just don’t get to see them first.
We only do these as half yard cuts to minimize angst, and they always come with a large spool of coordinating Aurifil thread.