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    Super Member sawsan's Avatar
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    Hi

    I have this 3 peaces of green, non cotton old, curved side and as u see in the pict

    I love this peace bec its for my mother and her unt before and it was a skert but i want to renew looking showing its pretty do it wall hanging or what and where to but this peace?

    any idea i love to here from u
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    Beautiful fabric, but I am no help to you about what to make it into.

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    How about a beautiful decorative pillow or two. It's so beautiful, I would have a hard time cutting it up for a quilt. Not unless you can somehow incorporate it in a wall hanging without too much cutting. Don't know if any of that helps or not.

    It it beautiful fabric. :D :D :D

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    Maybe a wall hanging like this picture.

    http://picasaweb.google.com/sandpat8...08257253723522

    The fabric could be made into the ladies skirts.

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    Lisa thank u 4 the sit u send very nice and gives me many ideas i will do somthing and promiss i show later :wink:

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    I'm glad you liked the idea. I can't wait to see what you do with it. Be sure to post a picture for us when you finish. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by joeyoz
    How about a beautiful decorative pillow or two. It's so beautiful, I would have a hard time cutting it up for a quilt. Not unless you can somehow incorporate it in a wall hanging without too much cutting. Don't know if any of that helps or not.

    It it beautiful fabric. :D :D :D
    u r very much help bec i have not going to cut too much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    I'm glad you liked the idea. I can't wait to see what you do with it. Be sure to post a picture for us when you finish. :)
    u bet

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    How big is it? Maybe you can use it on an applique as a dress, might get a sheet of photo printing fabric and print your mom's and aunt's faces, add arms and legs...,

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    I would frame it just as it is. It's lovely with great design and texture. Every time you look at it, you'll smile. :D

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