GeoCentric Canvas Fabric from Cloud9 Fabrics


GeoCentric Canvas Fabric from Cloud9 Fabrics

GeoCentric Fat Quarter BundleGeoCentric Canvas Fabrics
By Michelle Engel Bencsko and Gina Pantastico
Gifted by Cloud9 Fabrics
Reviewed by Jessica Nichols, Editor of

GeoCentric Canvas from Cloud9 Fabrics is a crisp, modern fabric line that combines bold graphic designs, saturated colors, and touchable organic cotton canvas for a collection of home decor fabrics you'll be eager to use in your next project! My favorite part about this line is that each of the fabrics relies on the simplicity of a one-color background and a geometric cream-colored print. While the colors are vibrant and rich, they are not harsh or fluorescent. The creamy canvas foundation of the fabrics give each color a muted depth that lends itself to sophisticated home decor.

The GeoCentric Canvas line is made up of six gloriously simple prints in basic colors. The spectrum begins with the ZigZag Coral, a pattern that gives the impression of broken, woven zigzags set against a background of a red so light it's almost orange. The second print, Trident Daffodil, is a series of interlocking three-armed symbols surrounded by a sunny yellow background that reminds of you of a good yellow mustard. The third print, a repeat of the ZigZag design, is called Grass, and it's exactly the color of your lawn after a heavy rain. The interwoven zigzags of the print just seem to accentuate the grassy quality of this print.

Geocentric Canvas FabricsThe next print bears the name "Circles," but in reality the print is a series of woven wavy lines that cross over and under each other to create perfect circles between the intersections. The effect is something like a much more aesthetic chain-link fence. Fittingly, this print comes in Metal, a medium gray, and Turquoise, which is heavily saturated for a color that won't appear too pale. The final fabric echoes the Trident design, but pairs it with a deepy navy, almost black.

Use the sturdy canvas fabrics in the GeoCentric collection to make durable items, like picnic quilts, tote bags, and table runners. The patterns also make attractive pillows or wall-hangings!


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