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Thread: Hoffman Bali vs Blank Quilting Splash

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    Senior Member cedarvalleyquilts's Avatar
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    Which do you prefer? Bali or Splash? Or are you like me...it just depends on your mood?

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    Why can't I use both? Together in the same quilt? ;)

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    One is a batik( Hoffman) and the other is a print( Blank). I use the Blank splash along with batiks. I like both lines , the Blank splash line can be a nice blender for batiks.

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    I use both! Splash goes well with batiks~ IMHO

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    I like the Splash fabrics but must profess that I am in total LOVE with Hoffman Bali! However, either is more than welcome at my house.

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    both have their place and are two very different animals- like comparing apples and oranges- they are two different types of fabrics

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    I like them both!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mariposa
    I use both! Splash goes well with batiks~ IMHO
    I agree - use both

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