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Thread: Any Stonehenge fabric fans out there?

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    Any Stonehenge fabric fans out there?

    I just got my latest magazine from Fons & Porter, which has an ad for the latest line of Stonehenge fabric, "Woodland". Oh my word! It's gorgeous! Here's a link to their website so you can drool along with me --->

    http://www.northcott.net/?sid=2&layo...05&colorid=852
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    You are so right
    First one second row is scrumptious

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    Oooooh! I SO need some of that!!!!!
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    AWESOME!!!! I used all Stonehenge fabric to make my Labyrinth quilt, can't wait to get it to my favorite long-arm quilter!

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    Drool is right! I love stonehenge.

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    That is indeed beautiful fabric.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    Oh, I wish you didn't mention the new Stonehenge offering. Now I am going to have to go find it. And I have a houseful of visiting non-quilters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Terricat View Post
    AWESOME!!!! I used all Stonehenge fabric to make my Labyrinth quilt, can't wait to get it to my favorite long-arm quilter!
    I made mine from Stonehenge fabric also! I love the rich colors and it feels so nice! It's a gift for son in law for Christmas....first gift almost done!

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    Stonehenge is great colors and easy to work with....love how the Northcott fabrics feel an sew !

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    Stonehenge is my FAVORITE fabric line. I just LOVE IT!!
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    i'm working on a quilt of stonehenge fabrics. it's an lqs bom, but i think it's the malibu colorway. i've added other stonehenge fabrics to it to increase it's size. it really is beautiful fabric with a very pleasing hand.
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    I havea fat quarter bundle and then added some yardage (tooooo much lol) what are some of the quilts you made out of Stonehenge fabrics? I was thinking a log cabin?? I'd love suggestions. I've had it 2 years and haven't cut it yet lol

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    I like the Stonehenge but right now my favorite that I am drooling over is "Sandhill Plum" by Kansas Troubles for Moda. I haven't bought any yet because I'm not buying any fabric right now, just using my stash, but if it goes on sale, I might have to go back on my resolution.

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    WOW! This is some really pretty fabric!

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    to Val in IN......I have to comment on your waylon jennings song line...i luv it and have been known to say that quite a bit myself

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    I love the looks of the Stonehenge fabric, but I ordered a piece to use for backing, and when it arrived I didn't like the feel of the fabric. I haven't used it yet, I hope the stiffness goes away when it is washed.

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    Like all of you I love the Stonehenge. I am going to use it in a castle quilt that I'm working on. Did you notice that they also have it in Breast Cancer theme? Haven't found a store who has it yet but saw it in one of the magazines. Whenever I can have a little extra money I try to buy some Stonehenge for whenever I find how to use it best.
    Happy Quilting!

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    www.thousandsofbolts.com has Stonehenge fabrics for $7.29 a yard, sometimes less when she runs a sale on it.

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    Shame on you...inspiring such lust in my heart for more material!!!!! I adore Stonehenge and would buy a bolt of every single one of them if I won the lottery (that I have never bought a ticket for). The whole line is yummy and now I want them even more!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Drool is right. I love the Autumn colorway and I know just where it would work!!!

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    Love all of it. Going to check it out at thousands of bolts.
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    Oh well, I haven't found many fabrics that I didn't like! Love it!
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    Oh, yeah. Have to control my appetite around that stuff, or my kid will have to drop out of college.

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    Oh my so pretty. Definately will get some and put is stash. Whan dr. says can sew agin will have so much fun.

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    Especially love the autumn colorway of this line --- I can't hardly move in my quilt room now for all the fabric....

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