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Thread: Lumiere de Noel by Moda--- Suggestions for a quilt??

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    Senior Member kimnkell's Avatar
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    Okay, So I bought this fat quarter bundle Lumiere de Noel by Moda that was on sale. I have adored this fabric for some and now that I found it on sale at the Fat Quarter Shop I had to have it. It arrived this morning and I love it. I can't decide on what quilt pattern to make with it. Any suggestions?
    Here's a pic of the fabric and a link to where I bought it from just in case any of you may want to take advantage of this great deal too.

    http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/...77&Parent_Ids=
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    Turning Twenty?

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    Quote Originally Posted by twistedstitcher
    Turning Twenty?
    I was thinking of something that has some big pieces like Turning Twenty or Warm Wishes... This would preserve some of the pretty designs. Really pretty fabric, thanks for the link...

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    Going to bookmark this one. I have the same bundle and can't decide either what pattern to use.

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    I had thought about a churn dash as I had seen such a pretty one done in similiar fabric but I don't know if it would show up very well since there is some bigger print in this fabric but I do love the fabric.

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    It would be beautiful in the ten minute blocks.

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    Beautiful material.

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    Because you have basically 2 colors at work in this line, I think a block that relies on contrast works well. I would consider some half square triangle arrangements, possibly a variable star, or even a zigzag.

    I love French General designs-- very pretty textures.

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