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    Super Member sawsan's Avatar
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    Those two bunches i got from a cousin who works at a tailored shop.
    The question is what is the best pattern i can use .The size of these in the pictures is about 4*15 inches and some r 4 * 8 inches and they do full large top very easly
    Any ideas ?

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    Lovely fabrics! Lots of strip designs out there. Check Google and click on Images and type in strip quilts for ideas. A rail pattern or use solid blocks and these strips as borders as a few ideas. Love to see what you decide to do.
    Helen T.

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    It's always fun to acquire new scraps and figure out what to do with them. Have fun!!

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    Can't go wrong with polka dots & stripes!! Whatever you make will be goregous!

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    Great fabrics!
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    If it is from a tailored shop I would try ironing them to see how they react. It looks like some different fabrics types. Maybe even make up a sample block squares do something quilting over them and wash them. That would help decide which ones to use before you decide on pattern.

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    Great fabrics, good for you. Please show us what you make with them.
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    very nice!!!
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    Yummy fabric! Have fun!

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