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Thread: "Ugly" fabric challenge

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    Senior Member Chrys's Avatar
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    :) My guild had a challenge to incorporate some "ugly" fabric into a project, it had to be 90% used (a fat 8th) and it had to have a circle, square and triangle somewhere on the project with that fabric. Here is what I did...On the back is a label that I added triangle corners to with the "ugly" fabric.
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    "Ugly" is in the eye of the beholder. I think this fabric is beautiful. Cute table runner. Great use of the fabric. Thanks for sharing.

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    so cool, not so ugly anymore huh?

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    that is a great runner, sure isn't ugly fabric anymore. Our guild did an ugly swap once, we each bought 1/2 yard of 2 ugly fabrics, divided in half and swapped with someone, so we each had to use our own ugly and their ugly in the same quilt, was a lot of fun and lots of pretty quilts came from it.

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    Cool!

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    That is very nice

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    Chrys that table runner is beautiful. You did a great job and the ugly fabric really fit in very well.

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    definately great use of fabric!

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    I like the ugly fabric!

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    What ugly fabric?

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