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Thread: Help with ideas.

  1. #41
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    Dec 2012
    Geri- I had the same problem. Go to google and put in "quilterscache.com coarsewoven", and it'll come up that way.

  2. #42
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    Feb 2011
    Longs, SC
    the only way I can make my daughter happy is for her to pick everything out-she did like the Lover's knot pattern by Eleanor Burns and she picked out the 4 fabrics

  3. #43
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    Oct 2011
    the beach
    How about a log cabin in white, shades of grey and black? Could look really classy.
    "Accomplishment is a consequence of effort" -- Michael Crichton

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    Super Member nstitches4u's Avatar
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    Apr 2011
    Independence, MO
    Thanks, Sewcrazy12. I love the coarsewoven pattern.

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    Senior Member margie77072's Avatar
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    Houston, TX
    Hi, everyone! Thanks for all the wonderful suggestions. I've narrowed it to a few and will tell you what she decides. Again, thanks for helping to unclutter my mind. I love this board!

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    Super Member AnnT's Avatar
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    Maryville, TN
    Sorry, Margie, I don't have anything new/different to suggest but I love all the suggestions! Making a list for future quilts!
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    My daughter loves the old fashioned quilts. For her bridal shower, I made her a pillow case out of fabric that was 3" pieces presewn together. It was one of many gifts. The fabric was $18 yard. She loved the fabric and asked for a quilt for her queen bed made out of that fabric. I did it! It cost a fortune! She loved it. Didn't care that I didn't sew the pieces together...just liked that fabric. Now she likes the traditional quilts. She has my old machine and I gave her some fabric, but she's eight hours away. I need to get up there and teach her how to sew a quilt!
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