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    Super Member katiebear1's Avatar
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    Can anyone think of a pattern that uses one focal fabric and two or three (or four) accent colors. Not warm wishes. I like that one but I want to try something new and I can't think of any off the top of my head :)

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    I think finding your pattern would depend on your skill level. Can you visualize a Mariners Compass, or a Bargello? I wouldn't want to suggest anything like that to someone with little or no experience. How are you at fussy-cuttting, stack-in-whacks or medallions?

    I would need more information to give you an honest opinion. I'm sure there are people on this site that could give you better advice. (Sometimes my best creative juices flow, just as I'm falling to sleep at night.) :-)

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    Just Can't Cut It or 5 & Dime, both are by All Washed Up.

    You can see their patterns here: http://allwashedupquilts.blogspot.com/

    :)

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    Debbie Bowles has some neat ones on her site. Click on the pictures to see a larger view.

    http://www.mapleislandquilts.com/quiltpatterns.asp

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    Quote Originally Posted by katiebear1
    Can anyone think of a pattern that uses one focal fabric and two or three (or four) accent colors. Not warm wishes. I like that one but I want to try something new and I can't think of any off the top of my head :)
    There was a thread for a twisted log cabin. Not difficult, and it used focus or fussy cut fabric for the center.....was very pretty......You might want to consider that.

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    A bunch of us have been looking at this pattern on another thread. It looks complicated but is just 2 simple blocks. It's free to download if you join up.

    http://www.free-quilting.com/

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    What about Harriet's Triple Rail Fence? Here is a link to a picture :

    http://patchnblock.blogspot.com/2009...ail-fence.html

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    I've always loved the Ohio Star.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SundarKoyal
    What about Harriet's Triple Rail Fence? Here is a link to a picture :

    http://patchnblock.blogspot.com/2009...ail-fence.html
    That looks like a good one. thanks everyone for all the great suggestions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Millstream Mom
    I've always loved the Ohio Star.
    Yea that was one I was thinking of, thanks

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