Here's a blog with lots of great color inspirations. http://www.design-seeds.com/ Just scan through it, find some that speak to you, and create a folder (or print out) those palettes for future inspiration. From there, you can either work from your stash or buy fabrics that will go with that collection of colors.
Another way to come up with current and pleasing
he title I have for this pattern is...Mountain Star. It is shown in black and white drawing in the Stearns & Foster Catalogue of Quilt Pattern designs and Needle Craft Supplies. It is in a little yellow book put out by Mountain Mist about 35 yrs. ago. It says inside the cover patterns can be purchased from Creative Quilting Center
The Stearns & Foster Co.
Lockland, Cincinnati, Ohio 45215
Keep in mind that was a loooong time ago. The drawing is on page 8 and the description
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