Modern Patchwork Magazine has a great article written by Cheryl Arkison about Low Volume fabrics in their Winter 2014 issue.
They define them as fabrics with a white/light base. Or the reverse with the color in the background with a predominantly white design. Basically they are a white-on -white or beige- on- beige fabric without a graphic nature to the pattern. They can be of any scale and may be a floral, novelty or stripe.
I have found myself admiring several quilts in books, magazines and on pinterest that are refereed to as low volume. I bet you have too.
Patt checked in a new fabric today that I thought could be classified as low volume.
We have it 4 colors.
and a pale gray.
I will be trying to collect as many fabrics as I can find with writing on them for my stash.
Give them a look and maybe start your own collection.
Thanks for stopping by. Janeese