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Thread: What are blenders?

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    I did a search for quilting blenders, but mostly got links to recipes using blenders to mix. I assume they might be neutral colors. Iwould like to participate in the coming FQ exchange but do not know for sure what is to be exchanged. Thanks

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    A blender is a type of fabric. It usually has the same color in different shades on the fabric. Like when they say plaid or print. Blender is discribed like that. Some lines of fabric have belnders check at nancy's notions on line. I think I remember seeing them there. No she doesn't but I did a google image search ... here is the results they show.

    http://images.google.com/images?hl=e...gbv=2&aq=f&oq=

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    Blender fabric is perfect for color matching and accents for any project. the fabric can be jewel tone, tone on tone, solid color, or marbly. I tend to think of blender fabric as one that lets one color fabric flow into the next color.

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    Thanks

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    The blender fabric I have is marbly.

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