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Thread: Opinion, please

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    I have an internet site on quilting. I am working on projects for the beginning quilter. I have done a Christmas table runner. My question is should I put the directions on my site with Christmas fabric, even though it is after Christmas, or should I do another one that's not Christmas. I want my site to look professional.

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    It wouldn't bother me that it was in Christmas fabrics but if your looking to be professional I would do one in non-Christmas fabrics. JMHO. Good luck with your site and have fun!
    Renee

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    I would do them both, sometimes a beginning quilter doesnt see the potential in a pattern or design it other colorways or fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstitch
    I would do them both, sometimes a beginning quilter doesnt see the potential in a pattern or design it other colorways or fabrics.

    What she said :roll: :roll:

    What is the name of your site?

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    Yep I agree, do both. It is surprising how different fabrics can make a block look different.

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    Yes, what is the name of your site?

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    I say, go for both!! :D Keep us posted, as to the name of your site.

    Thank you,
    Cheryl

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    Thank you all so much for your input. My site is AppliqueQuiltDesigns.com.

    Janie

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    both would be nice !

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    Both, most definetly.

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    What a neat site! I've added it to my favorites. I'm interested in learning applique this year and I'll definitely be using this as a reference. Thanks for sharing.

    I agree with other posters that since the site is designed for newbies, having a variety of fabrics will help others to see the project's potential. Unless they start out as fabric collectors, a lot of people try to copy something they like as close to the original example. Plus, once they do one, they'll feel comfortable doing others for themselves or for gifts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstitch
    I would do them both, sometimes a beginning quilter doesnt see the potential in a pattern or design it other colorways or fabrics.
    I agree. Good luck. I look forward to seeing it.

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    WOW ! I checked it out. Great job !!! I'll definitely be visiting you on a regular basis. Thanks.

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