100 Days of Curated Colour – Week 10

Another week passes! There’s nothing like doing a daily project to make you mindful of the passing time…! If you’re here for the first time – a recap – I’m doing the 100 Day Project on Instagram (#the100dayproject), creating flat lay photos of fabrics and haberdashery based on palettes I glean from Design Seeds. You can see all my collections on my Instagram feed with the tag #100daysofcuratedcolour, and you can also find them, very nicely presented on my Pinterest board – Curated Colours for Stitching Inspiration.

Color curated moodboard by Very Berry for #the100dayproject - 64/100 green gold pink lilac

64/100: Design Seeds – Flora: Charmed Flora

Color curated moodboard by Very Berry for #the100dayproject - 65/100 maroon burgundy pink cream blue

65/100: Market Hues: Fresh Hues

Color curated moodboard by Very Berry for #the100dayproject - 66/100 purple lilac green cream

66/100: Design Seeds – Market Hues: Fresh Hues

Color curated moodboard by Very Berry for #the100dayproject - 67/100 purple lilac orange peach

67/100: Design Seeds – Wanderlust: Color Horizon

Color curated moodboard by Very Berry for #the100dayproject - 68/100 peach pink green blue

68/100: Design Seeds – Summer: Hut Hues

Color curated moodboard by Very Berry for #the100dayproject - 69/100 purple green grey

69/100: Design Seeds – Flora: Flora Tones

Color curated moodboard by Very Berry for #the100dayproject - 70/100 grey beige flax blue cream

70/100: Design Seeds – Creature Color

I’m always surprised by how much people love the more neutral or single tone palettes. Or maybe I do a better job of them because they are a bit easier. Anyway, 70 was the winner over on Instagram this week, closely followed by 66 and 64. I think I agree with everyone else – what do you think?

12 thoughts on “100 Days of Curated Colour – Week 10

  1. Your posts are always so uplifting thanks. 70 is my favourite although again it is hard to choose because they are all lovely, think it was the cool and calming effect of the palette after an exhausting week. I am noticing I’m influenced by the pallet names and the fabric/notion types included so am trying hard to decide on colours only but get easily distracted and swayed by the interesting extras!

    1. 🙂 I like the ones with interesting bits and bobs better too! I try to keep the fabric as neutral as possible in terms of print so it doesn’t distract too much. Hope you have a better week this week Julie.

  2. Hi Ali I think this is my most favourite group so far and it was a struggle to choose a favourite. However, for me, 64/70 were equal winners. I love how you group the colours and I like to daydream about all the lovely things I would like to make if I had the skills and the time😀 A wonderful post Ali as always, have a fabulous week ahead and fond greetings to all your fellow followers.
    Lots of love
    Dorothy xx🙋🏻

  3. Well I disagree with Instagram. I like 68 best followed by 67 then 64 then 69 then 65 then 66 last comes 70.
    I’m visually impaired so am attracted to bright and bold colours. For me tonally 70 is quite flat with little definition to the colours. If a colour scheme can catch my eye when it is blurred (more than four inches from my nose) it’s my type of colour scheme. At arms length apart from the blue gingham 70 looks blank. On 68 at arms length i lose the script fabric and three of the threads. Only the green thread remains.
    I love seeing these colour palettes.

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