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DAYLILY: This is a 6 piece gradation in golden yellows ranging from brilliant daylily gold to lemon zest to soft butter yellow. This grouping features beautiful visual texture, with nice shadows and highlights and excellent color saturation.
This grouping is dyed with low-impact MX reactive dyes on 100% quilt shop quality combed cotton. This is very nice quality fabric with a fine, even weave, high thread count, smooth surface and nice hand. It dyes brilliantly, needles easily and takes a nice, crisp crease. A pleasure to work with!

Don't see what you need in my listings? Drop me a note! I love to hear from fellow quilters and fiber artists, and am delighted to fill special orders. I keep detailed notes and, while I cannot guarantee exact color matches from dye lot to dye lot, I can usually closely approximate previous work and can often meet your specific needs. I dye on Kona cotton, Pimatex, muslin, flannel, and even rayon, bamboo and linen. Need another base fabric not mentioned here? If it's cellulose (plant) based, I've got ya covered!

Medley includes the 6 fat quarters pictured in the first photo, each measuring approximately 18" x 22". The shipping costs listed below are for priority mail. Please allow 7 to 10 days for me to dye and ship this item. Thank you!

Hand Dyed Cotton Quilt Fabric, DAYLILY gradation, 6 Fat Quarters in Bright Golden Yellow

$22.95

Overview

  • Handmade Supply
  • Materials: quality cotton quilt fabric, procion mx dyes, synthropol, dye fixative
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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