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Thread: Speaking of Landscape Fabrics...

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    ... there's a nice crop of them coming up!

    These are from Wilmington Prints' "Autumn in the Air" collection. The group also includes pheasant motifs and rural barn scenics, but here are the land-and-sky designs.

    Grass in two colors:
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    Leaves and stuff:
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    Three skies. Not sure if I like the goldy-orange one, myself, though it would be useful for a sunset.
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    Great grass and the goldy one looks like something is on fire.. scary! the sky is nice too.. put that above the waves you had on earlier.. and waiting for the sand postings and maybe an applique sea shell and well.. get with it. The idea is right there in your little buy me box...

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    These next ones are also from Wilmington. The collection is called "Reel 'em In".

    Ok. It's called "underwater scenic". Might we say that would be taking landscape quilting to "new depths"? :)
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    And more sky. Note the birds, that's different. Do you like the and think they add something? Or would it be better off without them?
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    Water, water everywhere...

    Love the colors in the darker one!
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    And rocks.

    The collection also includes fishermen and boat. And fish. (These were just the landscape-y coordinates.)
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    Like them all - the birds do look like seagulls, so would go nice in a beachy themed quilt. Does your store carry all of these?

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    Need more? These are from "Last Light" by South Sea Imports.

    There's a wallhanging panel and a stripe and a scenic:
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