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Thread: Fiestaware Quilt

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    If you scroll down the to links section and follow the one that starts "Tote/purse pattern with zipper" it will take you to a ite that has some quilts across the top of the page and the third one screams Fiesta to me. (Black with all the fiesta colors. ) I don't know if there is a pattern but you can probably figure it out .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joyce29 View Post
    I am wanting to make a quilt as a wedding gift for a niece who loves Fiestaware dishes. I've done some searching and found a few that others have made but nothing jumps out at me yet. (I've looked at Southerngirlquilts "Broken Fiestaware" and this one at http://www.utahquiltguild.org/gallery/photo/167/). I'm trying to decide on a pattern and the fabric. I've seen a couple of people say they have matched the various Fiestaware colors with the Kona cottons which would give me the fabrics but I would like to find some fabric line that incorporates some prints using those colors. You folks always have such wonderful ideas so I thought I would ask and get your thoughts and suggestions.
    have you looked at the blog exuberant color. she uses Kaffe fabric but does make bright and wonderful quilts so they may work. went to a retreat last week and one gal made a wonderful chevron quilt with all the brights and solids that would match fiestaware and it was smashing. good luck

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    I'd probably make a snowball quilt with the snowballs being fiesta ware colors, and the corners all the same color, possibly with a sashing between blocks.

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    Here's some print fabric by Elizabeth Studios that called fiesta. The very first time I ever went fabric shopping I saw this fabric and it's my very first stash piece. I think would make a great boarder. Perhaps used in a table cloth for fiesta dishes? Could this be the print you are looking for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter View Post
    Have you seen the Chevron fabric by Riley Blake? It has great bold colors that make me think Fiestaware.

    http://www.rileyblakedesigns.com/sho...ron-cottons-2/
    Wow!! I'd like a yard of at least half of those...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ellageo View Post
    Oh My , you've gotta' check out this pattern. I think it's beautiful! And you could personalize it, if you knew what colors of Fiestaware she likes!

    here's where you can find the free pattern:
    www.pbtex.com/html/fiestapopparade.html
    Gorgeous!!!

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    [QUOTE=Joyce29;5774398]" and this one at http://www.utahquiltguild.org/gallery/photo/167/). I'm trying to decide on a pattern and the fabric.


    I LOVE that one!!!!
    ​Nancy

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    I grew up with the pastel dishes from the thirties. Someone told me they were fiestaware?

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    Ellagio - I couldn't get this pattern to pull up - but I've decided to use one that is very similar to it.
    berryberry - I LOVE that fabric.
    All of you have offered such good ideas. I LOVE this group!

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