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Pam Buda breaks from her signature bricks and browns to create a look inspired by the prairie land itself — trees, plants, dried grasses (greens) and the occasional river or stream (blues). Pam's inclusion of tiny florals adds a homey touch to otherwise rustic surroundings.
Pam Buda's latest inspiration draws from some of her favourite eighteenth and nineteenth century quilts, made by women who “lived a very frugal life, and for whom no scrap was wasted.” Scraps were even used for the borders, as they could not afford to purchase additional fabric for borders, Pam explains.
Bordeaux & Sienna by Paula Barnes for Marcus Fabrics
Paula Barnes of Red Crinoline Quilts blends various blue tones with cream and a spark of chrome yellow in a group of mixable positive-negative motifs and coordinating stylized stripes, including a signature border stripe design.