One of my favorite things to do when I make a quilt is to mix different fabrics - sometimes solids and sometimes prints - to make fun fabric combinations. This works better with some patterns than with others, and I am always on the lookout for a pattern that lends itself well to fun combinations. Today I have one for you - meet The Naomi Quilt!
When I first drafted up The Naomi Quilt Pattern, I knew I had to share it with you - it works really well with unique fabric combinations and also looks great with more traditional pairings.
Working with a single fabric collection is fun (the fabric on the cover of this pattern is all one collection) but I LOVE pulling my own combinations from my stash. Sometimes that can be scary and having a pattern that is a little more forgiving like this one can help.
I will share more about the cover quilt later this week, but the fabrics that I used are from a new collection called Adorn by Rashida Coleman Hale for Ruby Star Society. It is bold and bright and lots of fun to work with and was perfect for this pattern.