Gray ikat fabric…yes please!

It’s been awhile since I chatted about fabric, so today’s post is about just that…fabric!

One of my latest favorite fabric obsessions is the ikat silver/gray fabric from Lewis & Sheron Textiles.  It’s classy, neutral and as you guys know, I love gray.

Here are three different fabric pillow boards that incorporate this pretty fabric…

Board 1 – gray/red



Board 2 – gray/light blue


Board 3 – gray/blue/green

What’s you favorite fabric set? Do tell! I love how just changing up a few fabrics gives the board a totally different look and feel. For fabric sources, visit my Pinterest board here.
Cheers to Monday, friends!

12 thoughts on “Gray ikat fabric…yes please!

  1. Layne Said:

    I love all three, especially the gray and red. I have a lot of gray and white in my home, but I need to get over my fear of other colors! I’m inspired to sew some pillows now…thanks!

  2. Lila Smyth Said:

    I love the first one. I think the splash of red sets it off. Beautiful fabric finds!

  3. maura Said:

    i love gray and pale blue together but i am drawn to the first set. i like the floral and pop of color in the geometric. gives a warmer vibe to me

  4. TraceyF Said:

    Total toss up between the first and third. I love them both but I guess it all depends on the direction you are going in your home.

  5. Meg Said:

    I love the fresh green and blue with the grey ikat the best, although they are all very pretty.

  6. Kierstin Said:

    Board 3. I’m loving ikat right now, adding this pattern in the form of pillows and a chair, so if I get tired of it, I haven’t put forth too much money (like on an 8 x 10 wool rug). Cool greens and blues are divine, and I use them all over my house.

  7. Helena Said:

    Can you tell me the name of the fabric the site provided only sells in minimums of 25 yds

  8. sarah Said:

    definitley the gray and red combo.
    very pretty.


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