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Thread: If you thought of a girl quilt which one would it be?

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    I am wanting to make a completely feminine quilt any thoughts or ideas? I still have a very soft spot for pinks. Thanks for any suggestions.

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    Pinks- butterflies

    Pinwheels - Dresden Plate- Sun Bonnet Sue

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    I think it's more about the colors than the block.

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    I agree it's more about the colors...any pattern can be made feminine or masculine by the colors used.

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    I did a dresden plate with shades of pink and purple . Very girly.

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    I agree with all of the above. However one other thing I consider feminine is a floral applique.

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    I'm really hooked on Dresden Plates. I just love making them. I made a wall hanging with pinks and greens. I think it looked very "girlie"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim
    I agree it's more about the colors...any pattern can be made feminine or masculine by the colors used.
    I agree!

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    I love pinks also. I just had a thought- a hankerchief quilt or embellishments, buttons, etc.

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    How about a pink, pastel D9P? They are so easy, quick & pretty! Have fun!

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