Pink Chalk Exclusive: Winter Brights

on Jan 4, 2016 in Pink Chalk Exclusive | 6 comments

an exclusive fabric bundle of navy, pink, teal, lime and tomato quilting cottons


Now that the holiday decorations are put away the house feels plain and empty. I need a project that brightens everything up. This color palette of navy, fuchsia, turquoise, lime and tomato cuts right through the dark winter days. Introducing an exclusive collection called Winter Brights available for a limited time from The Intrepid Thread. Let’s take a closer look at this mash-up of prints!



From Left: Libs Stitches in Navy by Blueberry Park, Starry Eyed in Water by Anna Maria Hornier, Anemone in Marine by Elizabeth Hartman, Grid Stitches in Navy by Carolyn Friedlander, Kona in Riviera, Preakness in Sky by Erin Michael



From Left: Pure Elements in Festival Fuchsia, A Line in Rose by Erin McMorris, Pasture Lines in Petunia by Carolyn Friedlander, Cumulus in Fuchsia by Joel Dewberry, Ovals in Pink by Jenean Morrison



From Left: Chicken Coop in Peacock by Joel Dewberry, Kona in Pool, A Line in Turquoise by Erin McMorris, XOXO in On The Rocks by Cotton and Steel, Four Corners in Agave Verde by Kate Spain


From Left: Drawn Stripe in Leaf by Carolyn Friedlander, Kona in Limelight, Dot in Lime by Michael Miller


From Left: Dots in Clementine by The Comstocks, Flowerbed in Chinese Red by Blueberry Park, Picnic Blanket in Red by Melody Miller, Kona in Flame


Winter Brights is available for a limited time in Fat Quarter and Half Yard bundles at The Intrepid Thread.


When our store re-opens later this month, we will be focusing on sewing and quilting patterns. Pink Chalk Studio will not be selling fabric at this time. Instead, we will be partnering with local quilt shops to bring you exclusive fabric deals.



  1. Oh what such bright and fun colors. What an awesome tote bag this would make !!

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    karin mullins

    January 5, 2016

  2. Refreshing!
    As much as I love the holidays, all those Christmas colors, and holidays tones… you are so right: It’s time to brighten and lighten! What inspiring colors and prints.

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    Natalie, the Chickenblogger

    January 5, 2016

  3. I love your Winter Brights bundle! Also, I love your concept of supporting local fabric shops. I had never heard of The Intrepid Thread shop before! They have a wonderful selection.

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    January 5, 2016

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