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Thread: found package of Hoffman Bali Batik squares....

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    Junior Member Love2Craft's Avatar
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    found package of Hoffman Bali Batik squares....

    In my fabric closet. They are beautiful but not sure how to use them in a quilt. Has anyone used these in a quilt?

    this is the link and if you scroll dup wn you will see the Seaholly colorway.



    https://alongcamequilting.wordpress....an-bali-tiles/

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    Don't know, they are very pretty.
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    Really pretty...never seen those before. Looks like you could just sew them up or fuzzy cut diamonds...imagine lots of ways to work with those..have fun...
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    These are beautiful! You can send them my way and I will take care of them.
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    Simply sashing, but with a more complimentary color than their picture, would be easiest.
    Sashing but putting blocks on point I would like better.
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    maybe a shadow box quilt. Did a google search and this showed up.....with fabric that beautiful, that is what I would do. There were more google results from the quilting board, maybe do a search here too.

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f...w-t116628.html

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    Easy Peazy...I really like the top one...thanks for the research! Will try it out

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    I have those tiles too. Thanks for the shadow boxing idea -- that would be perfect!

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