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Understanding Quilt-Specific Colors: Bubblegum Pink

Bubblegum Pink
If the 1870s and 1880s were “the brown years,” the 1920s could be called the pink years.  Many pinks were popular in the 1910s, ‘20s, and ‘30s, including double pinks and salmon pinks.  Bubblegum pinks, however, are easily distinguished from the others by their cool undertone and general resemblance to chewing gum.  Bubblegum pinks were used in solids as well as prints.
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