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Thread: Which pattern would you choose for this fabrics

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    "Oh, and I don't want to make a bargello (too many tiny pieces). I am thankful for every idea."

    Look into bargellos. NO tiny pieces. Only strips. you sew strips together until you have a "fabric" of the different colors, and then cut those the other way and resew to make the beautiful bargello look. Sooo easy!
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    How about this pattern? http://www.quilterscache.com/W/WovenRibbonsBlock.html Looks very easy to make.
    It would be stunning made with your fabrics.
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    Maybe check out these two free patterns - I believe they would work well with your fabrics!
    http://marcusfabrics.com/cgi-bin/fab...?patternID=100
    http://marcusfabrics.com/cgi-bin/fab...?patternID=101
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    Not sure why one pic posted larger than the other, but I really like the smaller pic "PRISM". The pattern looks very simple and quick...

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    I think a French Country Farmhouse would be gorgeous in those fabrics. The pattern is in Quilters Magazine, Not sure which issue, but you should be able to search it online

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    Quote Originally Posted by IBQUILTIN View Post
    I think a French Country Farmhouse would be gorgeous in those fabrics. The pattern is in Quilters Magazine, Not sure which issue, but you should be able to search it online
    I'm intrigued ... I googled, but did not find anything.
    So could you please show us to what you are referring?
    Thank you!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AudreyB View Post
    I'd do a Trip Around the World
    I was also thinking that that would make a stunning quilt with the colors you have or possibly a lone star where the colors would go form dark to light then back to dark. Really depends on how much you have of each fabric.

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    I like Chinese Coins and use the brown for the background.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbright View Post
    I saw a log cabin with colors like this. You have beautiful fabric
    I was thinking the log cabin, too. :-)
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    I can see a french braid...maybe the stained glass one...beautiful fabrics!
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