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Thread: Tatoo Wedding Quilt

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    Senior Member jdeery's Avatar
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    I want to be able to machine quilt this one...any suggestions on backing?
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    what a wonderful pattern and great colors. no backing suggestions for you, though.

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    very pretty! Like those fabrics.

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    I would use the peach for the backing especially if you could find one with a peach on peach design

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    Very pretty!!
    Since you are machine quilting it, you could use batik or quilting cotton as backing :D:D:D

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    Love those batiks.

    Have to ask. What makes this a "Tatoo" wedding quilt (assuming of course you meant Tattoo as in skin ink).

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    I say peach too for backing.

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    Well, my nephew is getting married and his wife owns a Tattoo
    shop (sorry sp. ?) And they both have lots of Tattoo's, so I wanted to do something with some color and not a traditional.
    I think it would a nice size for a couch.

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    Try one of the "Stonehenge" fabrics (by Northcott). They come in lots of different colors and wide width (if you need it).

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    I like the green or the cranberry color you have in the front for a back!

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