Sgraffito is an Italian term that means a form of decoration made by scratching through a surface to reveal a lower layer of a contrasting color, typically done in plaster or stucco on walls, or in slip on ceramics before firing. Sgraffito is also the name of a new fabric line from Contempo Studio by Elise K featuring florals, paisleys, leaves, geometrics, and textures. These pen-and-ink-style designs, done in black and ivory with brown, gray, and taupe accents, create a stunning collection with modern appeal.
Don't miss our two free quilt patterns, featuring these beautiful earth-tone prints:
"Nico" by Stephanie Sheridan and Linda Leathersich
of Stitched Together Studios
|Click here to download the free quilt pattern.|
"Deruta" by Heidi Pridemore of The Whimsical Workshop
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Click here to see the entire Sgraffito collection.
Click here to find the free quilt patterns.