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Thread: Sewing With Nancy - Ombre Quilts

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    Super Member weezie's Avatar
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    Have you been watching the ombre quilt series on Sewing With Nancy the last 3 weeks? Marvelous! I got to have some of that Ombre cloth. (I refuse to use the word, "F----c" on this QB any more, so from now on, it's "cloth".) What she used today for her Dresden Fan quilt made me drool, but I have to wait for it ... I can't find it anywhere, not even on her on-line catalog site. She does have some nice Ombre offered, but not that one she used today for the fans.

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    awesome, I will need to watch her videos, where are you watching them at, what link???

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    I use to watch her all the time, but we don't get her here anymore. Hate missing her, learned a lot from her shows.Carol

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    She has a show on PBS channels.
    I love that ombre fabric :D:D:D Sooooo many possibilities!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    awesome, I will need to watch her videos, where are you watching them at, what link???
    No link. PBS at 6:00 or 6:30??? a.m. Saturday. Now that we have a satellite dish & DVR, I set her to record, as I do Eleanor Burns' show. This also allows me to watch them whenever I have the time, pause, re-play, etc. (I do a lot of fast forwarding.)

    All the rest of the good quilting/sewing shows have gone to the good t.v. programming graveyard; they might interfere with the 98% total crap that's on t.v. nowadays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    She has a show on PBS channels.
    I love that ombre fabric :D:D:D Sooooo many possibilities!!!
    Yes! Yes! Yes! I'll expect to never do a landscape quilt ... they are nice, but just not my "thing", but I want to do the fans and the strippy one from the first show.

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    Did you try Googling Ombre f----c?? I haven't seen Nancy's show so not sure which one she used.

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    Quote Originally Posted by charmpacksplus
    Did you try Googling Ombre f----c?? I haven't seen Nancy's show so not sure which one she used.
    Yup! Not much luck there yet for any ombre f----c, but I figure it's new-ish and early days, yet. I'm convinced it will become very popular.

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    I haven't watched them, but I have them on the DVR. Now you have me all curious, I'll have to watch when I get home.

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    I love her show too, but always forget about it. thanks, will check it out!

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    I hesitate to ask, but what is wrong with that f....c word? It took me years to use that instead of material.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacelady
    I hesitate to ask, but what is wrong with that f....c word? It took me years to use that instead of material.
    Me Too.

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    after what's been going on around here for the past several weeks, i totally grasp the logic of the word substitution. :lol:

    OOPS! we might be hijacking the topic. :oops:

    to get back on track ...

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    I've seen some ombre batiks that would be fantastic in both designs. Just can't remember where I saw them. :oops:

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    Quote Originally Posted by weezie
    Quote Originally Posted by charmpacksplus
    Did you try Googling Ombre f----c?? I haven't seen Nancy's show so not sure which one she used.
    Yup! Not much luck there yet for any ombre f----c, but I figure it's new-ish and early days, yet. I'm convinced it will become very popular.
    What does f----c mean??????????????? LOLOLOLOL :mrgreen:

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    Just messin with ya :D:D:D:D
    But what happens if everyone starts arguing about cloth??? :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Quote Originally Posted by weezie
    Quote Originally Posted by charmpacksplus
    Did you try Googling Ombre f----c?? I haven't seen Nancy's show so not sure which one she used.
    Yup! Not much luck there yet for any ombre f----c, but I figure it's new-ish and early days, yet. I'm convinced it will become very popular.
    What does f----c mean??????????????? LOLOLOLOL :mrgreen:
    FABRIC!!!

    I've been watching her shows & I do love those ombre cloths,lol!

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    I *Love* Ombre fabric! The 3 episodes of Sewing with Nancy originally aired last year. Have you tried equilter.com?

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    I saw that series a few weeks ago and that quilt is a beauty. I expect that fabric is not some of hers though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melinda in Tulsa
    I *Love* Ombre fabric! The 3 episodes of Sewing with Nancy originally aired last year. Have you tried equilter.com?
    No, I haven't, but I will. I used to tape all the sewing/quilting shows for many years (I've got hundreds of episodes, all catalogued), but then I just kind of quit watching t.v. We just got the satellite dish and DVR at the end of 2009, so thought I'd troll for sewing shows to record; that's how I found Eleanor Burns' show and Nancy and set them to record.

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    If you go to Nancy's Notions and under her DVD (Versatile Ombre Quilting), click on more views. There is a fan in pastel ombres shown. Link:
    http://www.nancysnotions.com/product...lting+book.do#

    Then under fabric, it looks like she has the pastel ombre for sale. Link:
    http://www.nancysnotions.com/categor...bre+fabrics.do
    Hope this is what you are looking for.
    P.S. I purchased the earth tone ombre and they are beautiful!!

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    You can watch Sewing With Nancy watercolor quilts sessions 1-3 on Quilterstv.com free.

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