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    Senior Member SEGASAL's Avatar
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    What should I make with this fabric...

    I am wear a black dress shirt to my dh's Christmas Party on Thursday...I was thinking about making a scarf to wear with my black shirt......what do you think?
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    That would look very nice. Depending on how much of this you have, maybe one of those shrugs would also look nice.
    Beautiful fabric!!
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    That wil make a beautiful accent for your black shirt.

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    beautiful!

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    Would look very festive!
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    Beautiful fabric
    Have a Blessed night
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    Love, Love, Love that fabric

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    Perfect!!!

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    That is such pretty fabric. Whatever accent piece you make will be stunning. Just be sure and give us a sneak preview before you head off for the festivities.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    I think it's very pretty. I love red with black and it'sreally Christmas looking.

    sassy granny

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    I think your scarf would look beautiful! Love the fabric.
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    Beautiful fabric, would be beautiful whatever you do with it.
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    I love it. Make it long and not too wide and wrap around your neck like a cowl...if it will work with your shirt. That fabric is beautiful.

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    It's gorgeous fabric & if a cowl neck would work, here's a link to a previous thread showing how to make one. http://www.quiltingboard.com/links-r...t-t171460.html

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    I agree, I love black with red. The scarf would look wonderful.

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    Sounds like a good idea! The fabric is gorgeous! Have a good time!
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    Your fabric is beautiful, it will look great!

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    it would be beautiful go for it!
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    Absolutely! Just the pop you need to make it festive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SEGASAL View Post
    I am wear a black dress shirt to my dh's Christmas Party on Thursday...I was thinking about making a scarf to wear with my black shirt......what do you think?
    A twisted scarf! The tut was listed in Links. Good luck and post a pic!

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    Nice sheen.

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    Yes, I agree, this will make a beautiful accent. Beautiful fabric:-)
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    If you have enough after making the scarf, a small envelope clutch purse would be a great addition.
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    I like the bottom one, more shine the better.

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    I think it would be striking.

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