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Thread: Do you recognize this gorgeous fabric?

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    Do you recognize this gorgeous fabric?

    Bought the Blooming Roses table runner and placemant pattern from eQuilter and LOVE the fabric they used. Does anyone recognize it? Or, if you know of something similar, please share!
    http://www.e-patternscentral.com/det...=3658&cat_id=1

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    This isn't it, but similar: mistletoe Manor by 3 Sisters for Moda.
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    https://www.etsy.com/shop/PeachPalaceDesigns

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    I found something else: Roman Holiday by Moda
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    Ooooh I Like IT! Thanks so much!

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    I really wish the creator of the pattern had noted the fabric she used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dee View Post
    I really wish the creator of the pattern had noted the fabric she used.
    Yes, I often think the same thing. I thought the colors/ roses reminded me of either Robyn Pandolph or Fig Tree designs.

    There is a line called Buterscotch roses by Moda. Sorry I couldn't get the link to work.
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    the problem with trying to use the same fabric as on a pattern is that fabric lines change yearly, if not more often. If the pattern is from 4 years ago, say, the fabric will no longer be available.
    Laurie in NYC

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    Oh My! Thank you for telling me about these. I have just spent quite a few minutes looking at the lucious Fig Tree Quilt fabrics!!!

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    The pattern looks like it was made from Jackie Robinson's Blooming Roses line.
    Got fabric?

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    The Blooming Roses is beautiful fabric!

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    I bought a quarter yard bundle of rose fabric - I don't remember where I got it - but it's Summerset Cottage by Robyn Pandolph for Henry Glass. It's some of the most beautiful rose fabric I have ever seen.

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    I'm pretty sure it's a Moda fabric from a few years ago. I made my sister a quilt from this line and it was just beautiful. I don't think I have any left but I'll look and see as I recall, it was from Robyn Pandolf before her departure from Moda.

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    I checked out the pattern and fell in love with it so I downloaded it. Then I went searching for the fabric and I think it is from "The Paris Flea Market" line by Moda. I didn't have time to go on a price search but I did find it on the Hancocks of Paduca website. Take a look, let me know what you think.

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    I'm afraid I can't help with the fabric, as I don't know. However, if it's any consolation, I remember Carol Doak telling us in a quilt workshop at my guild that fabric has a shelf life, so you need to buy it when you see it. I know that I've read in magazines where they give you the name of the fabric used, that they cannot guarantee that the fabric will still be in stock when the magazine comes out. However, some of the QB "help line" have offered some beautiful alternatives. Good luck.

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    This selection comes close to the fabric designs.....

    http://www.shabbyfabrics.com/Categor...=&p=0&view=all
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    Thanks so much for all these suggestions. I think several of these will work. Looks like my challenge will be to find the striped border for the end. If you come across anything like it, please let me know

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    I think it is a Moda fabric, write to them and ask where you might be able to get it.

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    Thank you for that link to Shabbyfabrics.com. They have some beautiful floral stripe border fabrics.

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    Since I gain weight reading cookbooks, why can't I lose weight watching a fitness program?

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    There are two really pretty rose patterns here: http://www.onlinefabricstore.net/qui...primary&N=6977
    Since I gain weight reading cookbooks, why can't I lose weight watching a fitness program?

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