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Thread: Fabric ID needed, please

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    Fabric ID needed, please

    As I was looking up luscious fabric earlier, I found "Izumi Fans" and from there I googled just "Izumi" looking for the entire line. I found this is on KQ's site as the cover image to "Fat Quarter Izumi Quilt Fabric Medley" but when I click into the item, this fabric is not shown.
    This is not the first time that I've noticed that KQ seems to have the wrong item pictured for a listing.
    Does anyone know what fabric line this is from?

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    http://quilting.keepsakequilting.com/search?w=izumi

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    http://www.ebay.com/itm/McKenna-Ryan...item1c2b92693c


    It looks like something from McKenna Ryan.

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    i agree Kakels - and this particular fabric is in her faith, hope, love quilt - http://www.hingeleyroadquilting.com/...nquiltkit.aspx

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    this is a pattern from the set that Kakels dropped a link for. Its the bottom right corner. Could be IZUMI is a fabric like , like Moda. Many times, by the time the pattern or shop sample is made up, that fabric line has already left the building.
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    I think the problem for the first poster is - this is not a *fabric*. This is a block by McKenna Ryan, made from a number of different fabrics - none of which is easily identifiable from this block photo. Made from Hoffman Batiks, according to the link above.

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    kristakz, etal...thank you for the information. It's hard to figure out exactly what the 'product' is, but it does look like it's a 'part' from a quilt kit. And while really nice, I'm not ready for applique yet...but it's wicked pretty! Thanks again.

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