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March 26, 2012


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So many ideas! I love brights and dots, they have to be my favorites. I would use the black floral as a focus fabric and the black and white dot and multidot as secondary fabrics maybe in an alternating 4 patch with the black multistipe weave as one of the borders. :) Love them and cant wait to buy some!

Check out McCall's Quilting May/June 2012 pages 38-41 quilt by Outside The Lines Design -- I see the fourth Delight fabric with the black background and multicolor flowers as the strips to simulate the dividers of a modern memo board; the aqua/white as the narrow border; the largest quantity of diamonds will be the multidot, the half diamonds along the outer edge will be the stripe; and the remainder of the fabrics will be interior diamonds. I think the diamonds will showcase the graphic modern design of these fabrics. At first I thought granny squares then changed my mind because the fabric demands larger pieces to "show off".

These are stunning! I've been wanting to make a swoon quilt and I think these prints would be spectacular in that design. If I didn't do that I'd most likely make irregular patchwork floor length curtains for our lounge area.

I could see an HST quilt that involves one one of the HST from the Multidot range and the other from the Delight range. I'd love to give that a try.

Well - what lovely brights. I've got a scrappy log cabin on my "To Do" list, and I'd add a solid white on the one side of the block with all these cheery brights on the other. Now won't that look grand.

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