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Kona Swatch Cards, 3" x 5"


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The swatch cards that major fabric manufacturers produce are an excellent way to get an overview of an entire collection of fabrics...but we have all experienced the frustration of trying to use them to select fabrics for a project. The samples are too small, and because they're fixed in place you can't put the swatches next to one another to decide if they "work." Enter the 3" x 5" swatch card. Designed to work with a 4" square of fabric, these cards are the perfect way to catalogue your stash of solids (as well as the ones you're still missing!), and to compare them with one another and with the prints you're using in your next project! This file includes a page for each of the 305 different Kona Solids in production as of February 2017, right up to Pink Flamingo, which is the 2017 Color of the Year! I hope you find them as useful as I have! ** Note that I have removed the small coloured squares from each page, as they weren't accurate representations of the colours, and meant that printing used up colour ink. This updated file is just black and white for efficiency and savings. ** SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS 3" x 5"

Recommended with this pattern

  • 3" x 5" blank index cards, or paper cut to that size
  • adhesive of your choosing (double-sided tape, glue stick, spray adhesive...)
  • printer capable of printing onto small sizes (like a photo printer)

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I've been stitching and sewing for as long as I can remember. My first obsession was with cross-stitch, and I designed my first pattern when I was 12. When I began studying architecture I no longer had any spare time (even sleep was a luxury!), but in the last few years I have found my way back to my sewing machine, and I couldn't be happier. I love seeing how people interpret my patterns, so if you end up making something with one of my patterns or tutorials, I'd love to see a picture of it in my flickr group! (