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Thread: What would you do with this fabric?

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    That is beautiful fabric. how much of it do you have? I think curtains for a bedroom or a spare room would be great. Wall hanging is a good idea as well. You can make some pillow cases for your bed. Where did you aquire this fabric from? Please keep us posted.

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    It says "applique" to me... I can think of some pretty wall hangings that could be made.
    The quilt you see, is a part of me.
    In your hand is the sum of my parts
    My mind, my body and a piece of my heart.
    Wrap in it, lay on it, cry, and dream.
    It's made to help you know what love means.

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    I think I'd use it for a one block wonder because I don't care for it very much - its WAY over the top for my taste. But alternately, I'd use it for a backing. The colors are pretty, though.

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    The fabric is by Hoffman, and the designer is "Punch Studio". They designed the lovely peacock group that Hoffman made last year, and when I was shopping in Barnes & Noble bookstore I saw that there were a lot of matching peacock gift/stationery items. So apparently this designer's fame began with paper goods and giftware. And fortunately, those designs translate nicely onto cloth.

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    buy it, drool over it, keep it in my special stash, take it out every now and then to drool over it again.....
    Myrna

    They say money does not buy happiness, but it buys fabric & fabric makes me happy!!

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    What about making it the center of an Ohio star, using lavenders and greens for the surrounding fabric?
    Laura

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