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Thread: Has anyone tackled the Lecien Vintage Tiles Revisited BOM??

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    Senior Member mtngrl's Avatar
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    Has anyone tackled the Lecien Vintage Tiles Revisited BOM??

    I just discovered it yesterday. I've looked for some of the fabric online locally and don't see it. Does anyone know who carries it? I don't think I'll tackle the pieced sashing but the colors are lovely. I'm sure it would be nice with a light pattern or one of their nice plaids.

    http://www.lecienusa.com/blockofmonth/
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    I've not tackled it, but I actually would prefer to do it in my own way and colorway. I'm not a big fan of those fabrics. Nor do I want a 'copy' of that quilt. Why don't you try your own fabric selections?

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    Hi Candace, Thanks for your reply. I agree that I would not want it exactly like the pattern but wanted to see their fabric selection as I have never heard of or seen them before. I do like the muddy greyish pink and yellow though. I'm thinking of using Stonehenge, not sure if it will work but I do have some of the charm packs and some yardage.
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    Stonehenge is a great fabric to use. Make a sample block, using as many of your fabric color choices as you can to see if you really like it. Good for you for wanting to try the pattern...and put your own stamp on the quilt. Looking forward to watching your progress

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    If you go on their website they have shop locators and you can contact them directly to see what fabrics they have.

    http://www.lecienusa.com/reploc/

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    OH NO...I just downloaded the patterns and want to put everything aside and get started>>>>
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    Quote Originally Posted by DianneK View Post
    OH NO...I just downloaded the patterns and want to put everything aside and get started>>>>
    Me too, I'm excited about this one and I have two applique projects on the go-now what???
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    Quote Originally Posted by catmcclure View Post
    If you go on their website they have shop locators and you can contact them directly to see what fabrics they have.

    http://www.lecienusa.com/reploc/
    Thanks, I've checked and most of the fabrics are now out of circulation.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jacqueck View Post
    Stonehenge is a great fabric to use. Make a sample block, using as many of your fabric color choices as you can to see if you really like it. Good for you for wanting to try the pattern...and put your own stamp on the quilt. Looking forward to watching your progress
    Thanks, great idea
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