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Thread: Looking for Mr. "That Green"....

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    Senior Member quiltingbee12's Avatar
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    I am looking for that green, I believe it is 30s reproduction? Where is a good place to get it, somebody has some wants to swap? Or something like that. I am making a grandmothers flower garden because I was given a quilt top, and I already had blocks and am doing a border, and I want to do alternating squares of that green and white... Anyway, if you can all understand what I just wrote, drop me a line.
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    Ummmm.......which green? I have a couple of 30's reproduction greens. Are you looking for a particular print?

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    do you mean THAT GREEN that looks like hospital scrubs and institution walls? i'll check for you.

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    keep this on top of the list by going

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    if people are reminded of who needs it, you're more likely to get some.

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    Bump!
    It is the green solid, not a print...

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    What "green" are you talking about?

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    There is a green solid 1930's in the Keepsake Quilting catalog that is their own fabric. You can't find it anywhere else and it's my favorite shade of green. I got it a long time ago when I could still afford to, but I've used it all up. Anyway, I think it's perfect for almost anything. pm me if you want the number in the catalog of it.

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    There is a green solid 1930's in the Keepsake Quilting catalog that is their own fabric. You can't find it anywhere else and it's my favorite shade of green. I got it a long time ago when I could still afford to, but I've used it all up. Anyway, I think it's perfect for almost anything. pm me if you want the number in the catalog of it.

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    There is a green solid 1930's in the Keepsake Quilting catalog that is their own fabric. You can't find it anywhere else and it's my favorite shade of green. I got it a long time ago when I could still afford to, but I've used it all up. Anyway, I think it's perfect for almost anything. pm me if you want the number in the catalog of it.

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    whoops :oops: how did that happen?

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    "That green" you're looking for is called Nile green. I don't know where you can get some but here's a site where someone talks about it (look down on the article until heading mentions "Nile green."
    http://fiberfantasies.wordpress.com/...vintage-quilt/

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