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Thread: Texas Wildflower OBW

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    gaigai, your blocks are so beautiful. :D
    You were wondering about the layout and as I was looking at them, you definitely seem to have three colorways working. I was wondering if you put them into a snailtrail-like configuration if that would work what with the reds, the greens, and the blues? Kind of like the infinity symbol only with 3 spirals instead of two. Just a simple suggestion.
    They will be lovely and anyone who receives them will be pleased! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by juneeloonee
    gaigai, your blocks are so beautiful. :D
    You were wondering about the layout and as I was looking at them, you definitely seem to have three colorways working. I was wondering if you put them into a snailtrail-like configuration if that would work what with the reds, the greens, and the blues? Kind of like the infinity symbol only with 3 spirals instead of two. Just a simple suggestion.
    They will be lovely and anyone who receives them will be pleased! :D

    Junee, you must have been inside my brain!!! :shock: I had just rearranged the blocks and decided that was the way to go. Wow, scary! :D :D

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    I love quilts-by-community....along the same line of "it takes a village!" I bring all my not-quite-sure's to my quilt circle and ask the ladies and their suggestions are usually dead on. :)
    Besides you had it laid out there almost in that configuration already. Have fun putting them together and I eagerly await the finished product. Are you using any of the fabric as is for the borders?

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    Where O where can I get fabric like yours? Texas wildflowers or at least bluebonnets?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacque
    Where O where can I get fabric like yours? Texas wildflowers or at least bluebonnets?

    Jacque, the fabric is Wildflowers by Michael Miller. If you google it, you will find lots of places to get it. I've seen lots and lots of Bluebonnet and wildflower fabric lately by several different designers. Good luck.

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    I LOVE IT!

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