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Thread: Finding Fabric for a Rainbow Quilt

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    Super Member katier825's Avatar
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    That's a very pretty pattern. You could try the Hoffmann 1895 fabrics, or Moda Marbles. At www.webfabrics.net you can buy FQs of any color. The prices are very reasonable and the shipping very quick!

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    This is going to be another gorgeous
    quilt!! :D I will be anxiously waiting
    to see what you come up with!!
    :D :D :D :D :D

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    you VA beach people are killing me. I LOVE Sandbridge- we vacationed there for years before the kids starting going off to college, etc.

    I want to go back next year for vacation.

    And truthfully- I want to move there- permanently. I hate the PA winters.

    I was meant to have sand between my toes, not snow under my boots.

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    Okay I love the pattern and I know your dilemma. I would suggest that you buy a whole bunch of white fabric (whatever you want) and dye packs.
    Just dye your gradations in each of the colors. I did this last year for a twisted triangle (from Simply Quilts show).
    There was a great link on dying a few days ago and the OP of that link did a fantastic job.
    Worth a try :) :)

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    you might want to check out the fabric line by Blank called Shade Cascade. it would be perfect for this quilt design.

    its by karen combs and it has 4 shades of the color across the width of the fabric.

    here's a link to the fabric line and if you go to quiltshops.com and type shade cascade sale into the search box you'll find the online shops that have it on sale

    http://www.blankquilting.com/NewestC...llections.aspx

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    Can't help you any more than the others....but have to comment. That's a gorgeous quilt! Has anyone noticed the quilting has a sun in the yellow area!!!???!! WOW!

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    sharon that twisted triangle is a beautiful pattern i'd love to do that one
    some day

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    Great colours.....

    nice

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