Today I was working on a quilt for a future class. It is completely scrappy and I needed a lot of fabrics in a few different color families. One of those was white. I have lots of white prints in my fabric collection.
However when I went into Electric Quilt -- for the most part the whites were really not white but multi-color prints with a white background.
I found this commercial for FAB Detergent that showed my how to make my whites, whiter. But alas, I could not find FAB in the grocery store.
So I decided to create a new collection of true "white" fabrics in Electric Quilt just for designing in Electric Quilt.
Here is a quilt (not the one I was working on for my upcoming class), drafted with my "almost" white" fabrics.
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