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Thread: I like it but have no idea what to do with it...

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    How would you use this fabric? I think it's charming but I don't have any ideas!
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    I don't have a clue, but it is so cute! Looks "girlie".

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    I would use black and reds and use yellow brick road would be pretty!!...thats just me! Good luck

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    That is really cute! My first thought was how cute it would be for a backing for a table topper of houses/buildings - town like setting.

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    I would use it for a center panel and outside border. Inside border would be black with red and white flowers appliqueed.

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    tube quilt with black and red.

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    I see a fabulous summer purse

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    cute fabric!

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    It's cute

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    As a backing for something done in red and black. I like to. It is very quaint.

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    Find a fabric with young ladies and unbrellas walking down the streets and a solid fabric. Combine them, it will look somewhat vintage?? I like the pattern of the girl bicycle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zhillslady
    I see a fabulous summer purse
    I like that idea too!

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    Oooo La La, Français! :D
    Something vintage, outdoors, flowers in baskets or wagons, old-fashioned ladies with long dresses, cafes, iron railings, cathedrals and Victorian buildings..... it's really very cute fabric that should be showcased.

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    Great back!

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    Very cute fabric. Perhaps a simple pattern to highlight the fabric.

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    A big block quilt to show it off

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    Please post the finished project, interested in seeing it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA
    Oooo La La, Français! :D
    Something vintage, outdoors, flowers in baskets or wagons, old-fashioned ladies with long dresses, cafes, iron railings, cathedrals and Victorian buildings..... it's really very cute fabric that should be showcased.

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    :thumbup:

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    I would buy it just because I like it. Then peruse my patterns to find one that uses large cuts/pieces. It really is a neat design.
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    it is cute.

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    How much do you have? Find a Black with white small print and make a "Potato Chip" quilt.

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    I love it and would buy it in a heartbeat...especially if there are coordinating fabrics!

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    As a backing on a GMF quilt. :thumbup:

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    Tote bag!

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    As to what coordinates with it... that's a tough one. This fabric is designed by Hoodie for Timeless Treasures. If you look on their site, you'll see that there are some Eiffel Tower fabrics that are the right colors... and some dots and seeds and other geometric type prints. You'd have to put together your own little grouping. It's not really part of a whole collection...

    You can see for yourself:
    http://www.ttfabrics.net/cgi-bin/fab...0&View=All&v=1

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