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Thread: Dr. Suess

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    Junior Member mom2boys's Avatar
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    I started this with no plan or pattern in mind and just cut fabrics to fit around the panel pieces. I would like to make it bigger, none of the rows are sewn together yet. I still have over a 1/2 yard of the green and blue prints and over a yard of the red strip and wording. I was thinking of the red polka dots as a thin 1 inch border then the white fabric with all the wording? But want to use the stripped fabric also ideas???? I guess I should plan better :oops:
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    I can't help you but I love this fabric! I don't plan either and it doesn't always work out :)

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    I just love Dr. Seuss! I rarely plan either, but something always works out. Just keep on adding things until the size is right. You can always add more red!

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    Maybe I can fussy cut some of the green and stripe fabric for a few more blocks

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    It's a cute quilt.

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    how about adding a full stripe either across or down of the extra fabric. might set it off well. just keep trying different things. I like your start though. I have all the same fabrics but have not had time to do anything with them

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    Absolutely adorable!! One of these days I'll get the courage to cut into my Dr. Suess fabric.

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    That is so cute. What a great start for your quilt. Keep us posted with what you do next.

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    That is cute

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