#1: I really like this fabric. It's not too "heavy" and dark and would go with just about any thing. (I like the scrolly design)
#2: This fabric makes me smile. It whimsical and can be matched with another fabric (perhaps a red colored fabric).
#3: I liked this material because it comes in different colors - cream, brown, green, and red (you can see two of the colors). The leaves vary just a bit with the different colors of this fabric and the leaves come in many colors that will match my current decor.
#4: This fabric intrigued me... at first. It too, comes in different colors (brown, green, etc.). But then I turned it over to look at the price. Oh. My. Holy. Heck. Cough, cough, choke, eyes watering! Guess how much this fabric is per yard? Just guess. I'll be right over to hit you on your back, as you choke on your saliva and tongue, once I tell you how much it is.
$129.00 (DOLLARS) per 1 YARD!
*I need approximately 8 yards. You do the math.
Fabrics in the green/blue area:
#5: Okay, these two materials really spoke to me! They both said to me, across from the fabric section of JoAnns,"Jennifer, come hither! Please gawk at my bright, fresh colors and print! Buy me Jennifer! Buy me!" Positives of these fabrics - the colors, and I love them. Negatives - I would have to "redo" my kitchen/great room area, which = money. Which, I have not much of.
#6: I love these colors together! And I think the print would be a great "kitchen" print.
#7: In a way... similar to #6. I like this one better than #6.
#8: I liked this one better in the store. Now that I look at it again - not so much. Too geometrical for my taste. But, I do like the colors!
Fabric in different colors - same print!:
#9: Like it in brown
#10: Really like it in red
#11: ...and in green!
Fabric in the red area:
#17: I know that there isn't a "17" on the picture. I forgot. Use your imagination.
This is definitely a "kitchen" material. I thought it could go with my rooster picture that I have in my kitchen. But I am afraid I will get bored with it quickly and I would need to use a different fabric for the french doors.
Okay now it's your turn. Let me know what you like. Or what you hate. (it's okay, I won't take it personally). Or tell me what fabrics you think "go" together! I can't wait to read what everyone prefers!