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Thread: An EQ6 design and the fabrics that made the cut.

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    Wall hanging, about 25 by 40, but that could change. I'd use the kaleidoscope pattern (rulers) but shrink the block to 5". I've had this idea in my head since I reached the end of Kayak on the Lake... so I'm at least glad to get it out of my head so I can see it better. :roll: Although this is just the general plan--it won't look exactly like this.

    I've been collecting batiks for it little by little and was surprised to find all I need, or maybe I wasn't so surprised. :wink:

    I think I'll make two at a time and give one to my sister.

    The Fall colors
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    Touch of Fall
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    These made the cut. The gold in the center will be used very little.
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    Close up of the spring/summer corner.
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    You always have such good ideas. That will be a knockout.

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    Very nice colors, I love it!

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    It's going to be awesome!

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    But then I think I'm not using the kaleidoscope pattern as it's supposed to be used and wonder if I could make the same effect with tiny log cabins. Shrug.

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    Love your lay out and colors. Looks to me like leaves are swirling through the pattern your working with. Great idea Karla. I really like this one. The fabrics are so rich.

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    That will be beautiful and the batiks are gorgeous. I have a batik fetish. LOL :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Ooooo oh so pretty!!!! :D:D:D

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    It will be absolutely beautiful - I am jealous

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    Beautiful fabrics and great pattern. It will be beautiful, whatever you decide!!

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