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Thread: Help with colors

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    Junior Member Cindy2201's Avatar
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    Help with colors

    I know with all your wonderful wisdom someone will be able to help me. I need an online fabric store that I can pick the fabrics I want and see them lined up to know if the color schemes are right. I am in need of six different color ranges and I have completely come to a block on this! TIA for any help!

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    e-quilter.com has a very nice "design wall" feature that lets you push swatches around and also will multiply them for multiple patches. there's also a find-this-color feature that might be helpful. Quite likely other on-line stores have similar features; this one is easy to use.

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    Try thousandsofbolts.com. They have a color picker tool. Maybe others can tell whether or not it's worked well for them.

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    If you go to connectingthreads.com and click on freebies, you can then click on design table, and they also have eq layouts.. I tried to cut and paste the link here, but it wouldn't come up...
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    I like using the Design Wall on Fabric.com.

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    Wish upon a quilt has a design wall too
    http://www.wishuponaquilt.com/cgi-bin/Store/store.cgi
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    http://www.superiorthreads.com/ has fabric and a design wall as well - love them!!!

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    equilter.com is best

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    I too have used fabric.com and was very happy.
    Like that they show what fabrics coordinate too!

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    Thanks all for suggestions, I just love coordinating fabs!
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