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Thread: MORE traditional Christmas fabrics

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    These are future prints from Robert Kaufman... just appeared on their website over the weekend. The group is called Holiday Flourish 3 by Peggy Toole, and it looks like all of them have metallic in the printing. It's a BIG group - 46 different prints. Here are some of the most interesting ones.
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    And ornaments:
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    Florals with ornaments:
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    Florals without ornaments:
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    And stripes.

    What do you like to do with stripes?
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    Stylized snowflakes:
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    Birds too:
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    More simple snowflakes (and they make more colors than just these):
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    Those stripes would make great OBWs! (I've never made one, but check out the repetition!)

    I'm still pretty new, but I love stripes for borders and bindings (cut the cross-striped way).

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    And more snowflakes:
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    And holly/pine boughs:
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    That's a beautiful collection....I'd love to have all of these..WOW!

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    Ooooo...these are SO pretty. I want some of all. No, no, back fabric-craving person.

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    I'd be curious to know which group you all find more appealling, this one (a bit elegant, with the metallic) or the Moda Woodland Holiday (non-metallic)that I posted last week here: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-33767-1.htm. Both groups have poinsettias and birds, in traditional colors as well as an icy blue.

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    grrrrr... they are making it SOOOOOOOOooooooooooo hard to keep my new year's resolution!!

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    Here's what Kaufman says regarding when it will be available:

    "Orders submitted by March 1, 2010 will begin shipping May 2010."

    So shops will be placing their orders for these fabrics over the next month or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJs
    grrrrr... they are making it SOOOOOOOOooooooooooo hard to keep my new year's resolution!!
    Let me guess... it probably had something to do with not adding to your stash, right?

    The good thing about fabric is that while it does increase your stash it does not affect our waistlines!

    Translation: some resolutions are easier to keep than others.

    All readers can decide for themselves which resolution is which!

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    They are all beautiful, but I really like the ornaments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Favorite Fabrics
    I'd be curious to know which group you all find more appealling, this one (a bit elegant, with the metallic) or the Moda Woodland Holiday (non-metallic)that I posted last week here: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-33767-1.htm. Both groups have poinsettias and birds, in traditional colors as well as an icy blue.
    That is a very hard question to answer. I love elements of both collections. If pressed I would have to say the first one as I am a more homespun type.

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    I'd be more inclined to buy this one. I pretty consistently choose Kaufman over Moda.

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    I like these MUCH better, altho I like the Moda too!
    ~wiping the drool off my chin~

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    that is some really pretty material

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    OK, had to go back to the ones posted last week since I hadn't seen them before but I vote for them. I love cardinal fabric and also the pinecones. You could use them all year round in 'lodge' type quilts. My sister has pinecones all over the place in her house up north. I would like a yard of each, at least! Where do we place our order?
    Wendy

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    I like the greens a whole lot more than the avocado and olive greens that I found last year, not only in fabric, but in paper products. :)

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    Oh wow! I would buy some of each...no....all of each...no, no, bad quilter! lol

    I am a sucker for metalics so I would favor this set, but do love cardinals too. The stripes would make great runners with my 60 degree triangle tool!

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