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Thread: What can I do with these 10" squares?

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    Senior Member faykilgore's Avatar
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    DeNQvo! I like it! I love the fabrics! That is a WHOLE LOT of funky!
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    Have you seen the Missouri Star Quilt Company's tutorial on the double slice layer cake?

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxC-0T5lXw4

    It could be fun with those fabrics or you could add a solid in with them.

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    Is this Paula Nadelstern? I bought it from Mo Star and when I visited their shop, they had a quilt made just like I wanted. Black was used with it. The quilt was made with large stars. One layer cake made a star and the small cornerstones. I am making it soon for a 16 year old GS who is into bikes and skateboards. Good luck.

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    Oma66's quilt pattern would be perfect. It's kind of modern like the fabric. Would look perfect. You need something modern to go with the modern fabric, I think. I took a class on modern quilting and a lot of it is empty space. Like you put your blocks in the right hand lower corner and then have black around it and in the empty space. I love that kind of modern look.
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    I was going to suggest Seattle Streets which is similar to the DeNQvo posted above. Ithink that one is perfect for these fabrics.

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    I would also suggest the Missouri Star Quilt company double slice layer layer cake.

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    I would not have a clue, too many prints for me.
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    oma66 has a great suggestion or just sash with black love the fabrics

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    OH MY! that fabric belongs in my house! LOVE it, what is it?

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    Definitely Potato Chip Quilt. Just stitch a 2 1/2 strip around each one. Use 2 or 3 solids including black for these. Sew blocks together. That way you don't have to cut them up. And it is QUICK!! Here's a link to some pictures:
    Is there a name for this quilt pattern?
    (scroll down!)
    Last edited by mhollifiel; 09-17-2012 at 04:07 AM. Reason: clarity
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