Midcentury modern design is all about clean lines, simplicity, practicality and elegant silhouettes. "Midcentury modern" itself is a difficult term to define. It broadly describes the architecture, furniture and graphic design from the middle of the 20th century (roughly 1933 to 1965). Mid-century modern graphic design has a similar aesthetic to flat design, using geometric shapes, clean lines, bright hues and natural palettes to create bold images. This fabric collection provides an array of designs created in a palette that depicts the essence of the era. Hues of brown, orange, teal, gray chartreuse purple and pink play off each other in a unique way. Let your creativity loose, quilting projects with these bold geometric designs. They come in a variety of sizes, spaces and scales. The character blocks measuring 9" x 9" allow a jumping-off point to build on.
by Color Principle