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Thread: Need a suggestion for a quilt

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    Need a suggestion for a quilt

    I'm in search of a pattern for a wedding quilt, the bride is from the Slovic region
    while the husband is from the USA. She says she likes beiges and tans. They are having a black and white wedding.
    Any suggestions for a wedding quilt pattern??
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    How about a double wedding ring, with the rings in an assortment of the beiges and tans with a few being metallics on a TOT white background?

    A classic that would be simply elegant!
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    How about the Labyrinth pattern? It has always reminded me of the inter joining of people and thoughts.

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    Celtic Knot might be a nice one for this color palate....

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    You mentioned that the bride is Slavic, and growing up in the former Yugoslavia (also a Slavic country), I have never seen a quilt. I got hooked on them first time I saw them when I moved to Canada. I was amazed by their beauty and craftsmanship. Whatever you make she is going to like it. Do a pattern that you feel would be the best. Good luck!

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    How much time do you have and whats your skill level.
    log cabin is easy, quick and lends it self ni ely to the colors you mentioned.
    god luck.

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    The first thing that came to mind for me was Moda's "Little Black Dress" line of fabric. Very classic prints, herringbone, dots, florals, etc, in blacks, tans, grays, and creams -- gorgeous!

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