In my pursuit to give patch-workers all that they need to make gorgeous quilts I created Skipping Stones, my first collection of neutral and tonal fabrics. Skipping Stones translates some of my favorite motifs into soft, quiet, yet anything but boring background style fabrics that let other fabrics take the lead role. Muted does not have to mean dull, so the imagery found in this collection is exciting and the tones in each fabric take on a very subtle direction towards color, leaving plenty of room for interest even in the supporting role. The Bleached color-way is sunny, warm and barely there. The Hazey color-way is more murky and moody with green undertones. And the Stormy color-way is a deeper, cloud drenched color-way with slightly more drama. I am so thrilled about watching these fabrics patch together with my full spectrum collections.