Cozy Construction and Care

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Friday, September 23, 2011

Variations on a Theme

So how many ways can you make a black/white/pink damask Cozy? At least 3!
This is a brand-new damask fabric that combines a black outline with a hot pink center. It's elegant, but fun. The embellishment is a beautiful filigree button.
This Cozy features a black and white damask print, trimmed in pink. The black strips on either side of the middle strip add an eye-popping contrast to the Cozy.
This Imagine Cozy features a larger damask print. I normally would have made pink ends for this Cozy, but a new friend requested printed ends, with a narrow pink band on the seam. I love this look!

Have a great day!


Angela said...

These are all gorgeous Kathy, especially the first one! :-)

Stephanie said...

All 3 are so, so gorgeous!!!

Jessica said...

Damask is always so elegant and you have managed to display this beautifully in your work!

Nitasha said...

These are all gorgeous!!! Can't go wrong with damask and pink!

Jackie said...

I love that new material - now I want some of those too!