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    I am looking for a queen size pattern for a wedding quilt. I would like the quilt to be mostly white, modern style, with lively, mostly blue colors (she is painting her walls cobalt blue). I'm thinking of kaffe fassett type of colors, but mostly white. Anyone see anything like that? Thanks

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    I think there is now a "modern" quilt magazine you may want to check out, since that is the style you are interested in. I believe I saw it for sale at WalMart. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlottsQuilts View Post
    I am looking for a queen size pattern for a wedding quilt. I would like the quilt to be mostly white, modern style, with lively, mostly blue colors (she is painting her walls cobalt blue). I'm thinking of kaffe fassett type of colors, but mostly white. Anyone see anything like that? Thanks
    Look up Tula Pink's quilt that has sideways stripes. Can't remember the name of the pattern, but it's definatley on the modern side rather than traditional.
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    Here is an example of Kaffe Fassett fabrics using the BQ3 pattern. You could use blue in place of black.

    http://www.craftsy.com/project/view/...sett-bq3/92556
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    Moda bake shop has many that fit your description. Here's a thread about one.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...g-t219340.html

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    Kaffe Fassett has a site where ho has hundreds of free patterns using his own fabric plus patterns on sale. Looking forward to see the all white quilt. Every kaffe I have seen were very bright,colourful and hypnotic.
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    I just made one using one of Cozy quilt strip piecing patterns.

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    Keepsake Quilting has a lovely pattern called "Hanging Gardens" that can be done with scrappy strips of whatever and looks to me like hanging crystals on a cream or white background. Try it... might be what you need.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlottsQuilts View Post
    I am looking for a queen size pattern for a wedding quilt. I would like the quilt to be mostly white, modern style, with lively, mostly blue colors (she is painting her walls cobalt blue). I'm thinking of kaffe fassett type of colors, but mostly white. Anyone see anything like that? Thanks
    Have you thought about making a Chevron quilt. I am getting ready to sandwich a turq. and white chevron I'm making for a Christmas gift. Love how it is turning out.

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    Can the bq3 be made into a double or would you lose the design? I made the Bq in Thomas the train but now grs wants a bigger boy quilt! He`s six! lol Gale

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    Quote Originally Posted by CharlottsQuilts View Post
    I am looking for a queen size pattern for a wedding quilt. I would like the quilt to be mostly white, modern style, with lively, mostly blue colors (she is painting her walls cobalt blue). I'm thinking of kaffe fassett type of colors, but mostly white. Anyone see anything like that? Thanks
    Check out "Endless Summer" by Mabeth Oxenreider. Sounds like exactly what you are looking for.

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    Found this just a bit later in the days posts. http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...e-t225940.html

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    Nearly every quilt is adaptable to queen size. You just look up the pattern and it will tell you if it's adaptable. You can adapt by extra quilt blocks or borders.

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    Check the pattern called "Just Can't Cut It". It has directions for all sizes and I have made several from crib size to queen and am planning a king one soon! Most quilt shops have that pattern. Great use of colors!

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    You could also check Kaffe Fasset's website, they usually show some ideas there as well

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