I am most definitely NOT a Kona nerd. In fact I am not even a solids fan, but I found a Jelly Roll of Kona solids in my stash. I didn't know what I would do with them until my pal Valerie asked this question...
"Since you are the letter master is there any chance you've got a few Kona scraps kicking around in that bin and want to play along? Love to have a block from my mentor if you've got the energy to make one."
Well, heck, I don't need much motivation to make a word out of fabric.
Except that the play along involved making a word out of Kona solids, and it couldn't just be ANY word, it has to be one of Kona's 303 color names. So I had to find a list of the names (easy, just go to the Kona website) and then find a matching color in my tiny solid stash.
I found a color - JUNGLE, no problem. But what to do about a background, since I don't have a lot of anything that is big enough for a background. (Letters don't take much fabric, but the background takes a lot.)
As usual, the little grey cells provided me with an answer.
Do you approve, dear Valerie?
Of course you do. (Heh.)