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Thread: Vegetable Fabric

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    I gave mine to my sis in law and she is making aprons with them

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    This is the one I made from Fat Quarters Too book
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    I just finished this quilt top.
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    OBW sounds like that would be neat.

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    I have several and am going to make a quilted tablecloth out of them. I really love the canning jar quilt!

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    RJR is coming out with still more of their Farmer's Market fruit and vegetable fabrics. Completely new: pomegranates and cabbage. You can see them all on RJR's site here:
    http://rjrfabrics.com/fabrics/collec...?packageID=795

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    I made a valance of one row of fruit jars with a picture window frame around it. So it looks like a shelf with fruit jars on it.I found some 4"x8" realistic looking fabric on e-bay. so my valance has 12 different jars on it. also bought some fabric with printed jars on it to make place mats. I haven't made them yet.I think this fabric is really fun.

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    This is such a cute jar pattern. different than everything else I've seen. will you tell me where you got the pattern for the jars. your quilt is just so cute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lawsonmugs
    This is such a cute jar pattern. different than everything else I've seen. will you tell me where you got the pattern for the jars. your quilt is just so cute.
    The jar pattern is a applique pattern that I did on my embroidery machine. I bought the pattern at oregonpatchworks embroidery mall. Just put in "jar applique" in the search and you should be able to find it.

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    thanks so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calicocat
    This is the one I made from Fat Quarters Too book

    I LOVE this! I have a bunch of Farmer John prints...I was going to make a Turning Twenty but this might be better. Sure looks great!

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    I made a tablecloth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bstanbro
    Quote Originally Posted by Pam
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    What about a OBW? I have yet to make one, but I sure like them and I think the riot of color would be great!
    Ok, Mom, my sister and I, all sewers, Have looked up OBW online and in our books and we can't find what this is.
    Feast your eyes on these one block wonders! Very pretty, I think!
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/search....+wonder&u=&s=0
    Call me dumb, but even after looking at these (very pretty, BTW), I'm still not sure what a one block wonder is. Is it a quilt all of the same block? One piece of fabric? I need a definition I guess.
    Look up "one block wonders" and you will get instructions.

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    My sister moved to Florida,and misses blueberry time here in Michigan,so I made her pillowcases with the blue berry one,My family loves the 20 minute pillowcases and they all ask for them with most of my stash, really how many do you need?

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    I'm using red chile pepper fabric along with some of the realistic fruits: blueberries, lemons, bananas mixed in with lots of bright batiks for a kaleidoscope quilt I'm working on right now. I hope it will all work together.

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    At my LQS, they have a sample tote that would be great for market day. It uses black mesh and the vegetable material - really cute and useful

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    I made the "BQ" quilt pattern and put a black and white check print as a fence around the veggies. I made a table runner also with the prints. I love these prints!

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    I make quilted potholders.

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    What is an OBW? I am new and don't know all the lingo.

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    My avatar is a Bunny In The Garden applique project from a class I took last year. Actually, I thought they were so cute I made two. They are about 17" x 24" each. I modified one slightly so I could use more veggies and I quilted it with rakes, hoes, and shovels.

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    How about aprons??? I have done lots with "food themed" fabric and they are fun for both genders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Doreen
    I made the "BQ" quilt pattern and put a black and white check print as a fence around the veggies. I made a table runner also with the prints. I love these prints!
    Doreen, I would love to see a picture of your BQ!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy N
    Has anyone made a quilt with the new realistic looking Vegetable fabrics? I think they are so pretty but can't figure out what to do with them with the big scale photo type prints and bright colors. I need some ideas.
    I just finnished a set of 4 placemats, each one of different vegetables & fruit. I am quite pleased with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by calicocat
    This is the one I made from Fat Quarters Too book
    I love this quilt!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynnejean
    I just finished this quilt top.
    Oh my gosh~~~~that is fantastic!

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