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Thread: Northcott Fabric?

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    I use Stonehenge quite often, too. It's a great mixer with batiks, a super blender with numerous other print lines, wonderful for dimensional or landscape work, and a general 'rock solid' basic to have in your stash. teehee

    The background yellow in this little guy is Stonehenge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    I use Stonehenge quite often, too. It's a great mixer with batiks, a super blender with numerous other print lines, wonderful for dimensional or landscape work, and a general 'rock solid' basic to have in your stash. teehee

    The background yellow in this little guy is Stonehenge.
    Nice job there, Ghostie!!
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    I used Stonehenge for a scrap quilt - all 2 1/2 x 4 1/2 pieces. I found it to ravel more than usual but then again, I was using a lot of batiks at the time so my tolerance for ravelling might have been low. I just used some scraps in a paper piecing class and it worked well. I think it really depends on how much it will be handled in the quiltmaking and the size of the pieces it will be cut into.

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    Northcott has some very nice fabrics but like any fabric you must decide if it is what you want to put in your quilt.
    Lorraine

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    I've used Northcott fabrics for years. They are high quality and work well with other brands. You'll be very happy with Northcott. My local Bernina sells their line.

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