to the very lights on top.
Bottom left corner - it was a struggle getting points to match.
I make use of all kinds of fabric when making a quilt. I'm influenced by color and texture, not necessarily fiber content. This next piece of fabric was a damask tablecloth in a former life. I love to hunt for these at flea markets; they dye beautifully and have the most interesting texture with the "tone on tone". I dyed it black but didn't use the "double recipe" the book calls for. I like it lighter to show some of the pretty texture configurations. Can you see the wonderful texture from the "tone on tone"?
This is some marbled silk from my stash which works well color wise
and some very finely woven wool gabardine
and silk charmeuse.