If you want to add layers of different materials, again make a test. Usually, bear in mind that medium dense Rayon Fabric cope well with even weaves.

Fabrics which are negligently woven may distort themselves to easily while woolen or silken materials, generally those who are lightweight, are more difficult to handle with and prior experience is required.

Moreover, not only will the fabric influence your quilting project but also the color you choose. The tone could be used to give depth to the handicraft and add interest to an otherwise dull quilt.

Thus, it is best to combine both color and tone for the desired look to take shape.

Chromatically speaking, you also need to ensure the color of the fabric will be well complemented by the others around it. Contrasting colors make nice effects and ensure your piece is original.

Warm colors like yellows, oranges or reds combined with colder ones like greens, blues, or violets enliven the quilt block and make it more attractive to the eye and vividly portrayed.

Furthermore, you can combine fabrics which have different prints or styles because if the fabrics are correctly matched together, you will create a visually enticing quilting block.

Visual effects can be created by using graduated colors.

For instance, cotton materials come in different designs or style, like the homespun plaids, floral motives, batiks or tiny grained prints which realistically reproduce solid dots, soft flannels or reproduction prints.

Solid-color Suede Fabric , in their turn, offer a variegated choice of colors, sizes, prints and shades.