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Thread: Would this work for Stack & Whack?

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    Senior Member BevF's Avatar
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    Would like to make something out of this for DM. I have indigo bundting blue, goldfinch yellow, and the daisy fushia to coordinate. I'm not sure if this is good for Stack & Whack, although it is lovely in the mirrors.
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    If it looks good in the mirror, go for it! I have only used large prints, but that is just what I had at the time.

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    I think it would work up nicely. If you like the images in the mirrors...I'd say go with your gut feeling! The colors are beautiful and what DM wouldn't love it?

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    It's almost too pretty to cut up for SAW, but that's just me. I think it's large enough a pattern to work for that. The colors would be pretty.

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    It is a beautiful fabric but for me it is a little sparsely printed for a stack and whack...I like the design to be a little closer together or more dense. Not so much background showing. But like someone else said. Try it with the mirror...it may look great! It is a really gorgeous piece of fabric!

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    Beautiful fabric.

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    personally, i wouldn't use it for SNW - too small of a print. it is a beautiful fabric.

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    Gosh, that is so pretty I'd be afraid to cut it, bu tyou know what they say, "The mirror(s) never lie" ;-)

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    That is beautiful fabric.

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    I agree that the pattern is to pretty to be cut into S&W. Why not try a pattern with large blocks or fussy cut blocks to show off pattern.

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