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May 4, 2007

Favorite Fabric of the Month

I had an idea after viewing one of the Q4P lady's blogs. Anyway, this is one of my favorite fabrics. I have had it for "years." I need your help, if you will. First click on the fabric to get a better view, then give me your suggestion as to what type of quilt block(s), border, etc. to use it in. Also, if you would give me ideas of colors that would go along with this wonderful fabric, I'd be very happy. There's about a yard & 1/3 of it to accomplish something with. Ideas, ladies. I need ideas!
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Andi said...

It would be cute in some pinwheel blocks with pink, blue and yellow. Great spring colors!

paula, the quilter said...

Just make sure to get your values right. This fabric is a medium (or so it looks to me).

Mrs. Moody said...

I was thinking some kind of block where you used the four dominant colors in the ovals and used them as an oval or a curved block doing like a coral/white block, a pink/white block, a yellow/white block and then a blue/white block. Then using a green that is the same color as the sashing and white cornerstones and then this as the binding.

kjquilts said...

Any style 30's block would be a good choice. You could use your fabric as a background to pinks, blues and yellows (mostly tone on tone 30's repros). Baskets, Dresden Plate, Pinwheels or Grandmother's Fan are some patterns you could choose.

Pam said...

I am trying to make my way around to say hello to the newest members of the Q4P blog ring -- so Hello!

I think the pinwheel idea for this fabric sounds good. The fabric reminds me of the circus. Very pretty.


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