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Thread: Chicken Salad Fabric....???

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    Hoffman just put this on their website as a pre-Quilt Market preview. They call it "Chicken Salad". The sunflower fabric is a coordinate.

    What do you think of these?
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    I'm sure it will be a big hit!! Lots of people like chicken fabrics!!! :D:D

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    not my style

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    Don't think it would be my 'bowl of fruit'. Not likin it.. But any chicken fans would love it..

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    Honestly I don't think the two coordinate very well at all. The chicken fabric is too busy for me.

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    Not for me.

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    This is not my favorite because it is so busy; however, I can imagine some of the extremely talented quilters on this board will make something stunning with them. Can hardly wait to see the results.

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    Oh yes! Yummy fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favorite Fabrics
    Hoffman just put this on their website as a pre-Quilt Market preview. They call it "Chicken Salad". The sunflower fabric is a coordinate.

    What do you think of these?
    I want some of that fabric...Oh that is just so cute.

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    Not for me, the colors are pretty.

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    I don't like chicken fabric in general...but I really like the bright colors of this one. I give it a thumbs up! Same with the 2nd print.

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    I think it's wild!

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    Oh wow! Love them both!

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    Beautiful!!

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    I like the bright colors but not the chickens.

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    Love both of these fabrics. They are so colorful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favorite Fabrics
    Hoffman just put this on their website as a pre-Quilt Market preview. They call it "Chicken Salad". The sunflower fabric is a coordinate.

    What do you think of these?
    I need some of that for a new backpack purse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annieshane
    This is not my favorite because it is so busy; however, I can imagine some of the extremely talented quilters on this board will make something stunning with them. Can hardly wait to see the results.
    It would look good quilted as Warm Wishes, wouldn't it?
    With the 3 bars in not so bright colors. Maybe black/white/blue!

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    Sorry, duplicate post!

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    Very bright and cheery!

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    I love the bright colors!

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    No way no how :roll:

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    Pass, thank you.

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    Hmmm, I would have to think about those awhile before purchasing, they'll have to "grow" on me. :)

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    I like it!!!!

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