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    15 yards of fabric. I have 6 pieces from the same collection and each piece is 2.5 yards, for a total o 15 yards.

    The fabric was on sale for 2.00 per yard, it is Windham Helena, not the most beautiful fabric, but I think it could work into something really nice.

    Ideas? Oh, and here is the Baum website that shows the collection, I have 28484-1, 28477-5, 28479-1, 28479-3, 28485-3, 28479-2. Why did I buy it? I don't have a clue, I bought it over a year ago. Here is the link

    http://www.baumtextile.com/cgi-bin/f...1&View=All&v=1

    Thanks, JulieM

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    do you want something simple or detailed

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    That would work great for a '30s quilt...
    Just plain ole traditional blocks..

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    Is second working it in for 30 quilts or backing.

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    30's quilt or even a log cabin would work....

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    I like the idea of a log cabin, and I really like the pattern that accompanies the collection: http://www.baumtextile.com/images/pr...star_quilt.pdf
    You'd end up with some leftovers and/or you'd have to supplement with similar tones from your stash, but this looks like a gorgeous quilt.
    I actually really like the fabric you purchased. If you decide you don't like it well enough to do a quilt, I'm sure you'd have no trouble selling it on the classifieds area.
    Good luck and happy quilting!

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    A sampler quilt

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