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Thread: Fabric collections

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    All fabric has some kind of chemical that lures me in! Is there a manufacturer secret here....lol.
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    Fabric -- I have gone through all the phases and am starting over again. I am a pushover for patriotic and bright colors. I have space, sewing, novelty, asian....... I am trying to stop, mostly. Need to start using up all this fabric so I have room for more.
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    Snake skin--I want to do "Snake in the Hollow" with realistic prints. Might need to start looking for grass, too, LOL, for a "Snake in the Grass in the Hollow."

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    I am doing a Civil War quilt right now. But, I also love frogs and my grandsons like monkey's. My grand daughter likes Spongbob, so maybe one day I will get to one of those.
    Learning is a never ending process. Kimberly Moffitt Adams

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    1930's, batiks, Civil War --- especially double pinks. I'd walk a mile for a nice double pink or shirting!
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    Quote Originally Posted by diamondee View Post
    I collect just one thing ... "every-thing"
    ROTFLOL! Yeah, I may resemble that remark, too...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy Osterby View Post
    Reds of all sorts, 30's anything I can use for Sunbonnet Sue. Anyone know where I can find fabrics with Bull Dogs? DD loves them and Haven't seen any with only Bull dogs.
    Look here (just type in Bull Dogs) ---> http://www.quiltshops.com/search.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raine View Post
    Asian Fabric mostly.
    Currently I am on the look out for Farmer's Market prints with veggies, and fruits for my latest landscape project.
    Oh, I just got an email about some fruit & vegetable fabrics on sale. Maybe Fabric.com?
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    One of my favorite places to buy fabric...

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    Cats and purples and blues.

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    Sometimes I think quilting is just an excuse to buy fabric.

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    Airplanes! My husband is a pilot, and I'm gathering airplane fabric for a special quilt for him. Of course, I've probably collected enough to make 3 quilts already. Guess it's time to get started on it!

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    Deep hued jewel tones
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    I DON'T WANT TO BE AN ENABLER FOR BUNNY COLLECTORS, BUT...

    Check out this cute panel! I bought one to cut up for a baby quilt.

    http://www.fabric.com/ProductDetail....0-3d44db99608c

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    LOL I'm afraid that's my motto diamondee I am new at quilting so don't have too large a stash but I'm working on it


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    I'm always on the lookout for cat fabric. I prefer more real looking cats rather than cartoon cats. And any black and white fabric. I'm hoping to make myself a black & white quilt someday soon.
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    I have fallen in love with batiks lately. I also love just about anything made by Robert Kaufman.
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    I am from the South....39 miles south of Boston.

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    I love purples, blacks, all batiks, particularly the Stonehedge collection. I wasn't particularly fond of green until I realized how many times I need them! I love Asian fabric, as does one of my granddaughters. I really like florals. I guess I just love fabric!

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