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Thread: Quilt pattern for large prints

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    I just bought some beautiful Michael Miller fabrics in blue and lime green. There are a variety of large prints (4" motifs) and some stripes.

    Does anyone have any suggestions for a fast and easy quilt pattern to use for these large motifs?

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    If you can't stand to cut it, go to Quilt Country ( in Lewisville TX) website and look at her Easy Breezy pattern. It is basically the large print selvage to selvage with a piano key border of coordinating fabrics. Fastest quilt I ever made.

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    Oh my goodness you ladies have to see this quilt store...thanks for sharing Sharon, I was so drooling while watching the slide show. So wish I were closer, but then again if I would step foot in that store I probably would never come out.
    http://www.quiltcountry.com/about.htm link to web site

    http://www.quiltcountry.com/eshop/10...ductCode=QC125 link for Easy Breezy Pattern

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    What about one of the lattice work patterns? I really like those for panel and large print fabrics.

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    yes Quilt Country is awesome. Huge store. Sandy Brawner, the owner, is the designer of the raggedy quilt. She is awesome. Worth the trip if you are ever in Dallas. It is very easy to get to from the airport. Just about 20 minutes away.

    I love her motto, "Lime Green" the new neutral. And she is right.

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