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Thread: Imagine up your "dream" batik jelly roll (or FQ bundle)

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    Super Member Favorite Fabrics's Avatar
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    Smile Imagine up your "dream" batik jelly roll (or FQ bundle)

    ... well, your "dream" for THIS week ('cause next week you might dream something completely different!)

    What's in your dream batik jelly roll or bundle?

    And then what will you make from it?

    Have fun and let your imagination guide your answer!

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    It would have stylized animals on it and I would be able to cut it into blocks

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    Mine would be a bundle of jewel tones for a Bargello quilt.
    Joyce

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    I searched for a pastel, baby colors, bundle this summer and couldn't find what I wanted. So I'd vote for that, soft pinks, pale yellows, light lavenders, pale greens and baby blues. I ended up using tropical colors for a baby quilt but if I found a true baby bundle I'd buy it and keep it for my next baby quilt.
    Proud grandma of Coast Guard grandson and Air Force granddaughter!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce888 View Post
    Mine would be a bundle of jewel tones for a Bargello quilt.
    I second this!!! I would like them to not have such large motifs.
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    I have several on my shelf waiting to be turned into quilts...I have several patterns and ideas but no time (

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