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Creamy Neutral Layer Cake Swap 2011
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2010-12-26 4:29 PM (#54499 - in reply to #54365)
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thanks girls... I have used these as a backdrop to Sindy Rodemeyers applique patterns over at Fatcatpatterns.com


by the way... have you seen her scrumptious new 2011 BOM that starts soon? better check it out!

Here is my BOM with images of my blocks set into my new EQ7 software...



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Gerda
Posted 2010-12-26 4:49 PM (#54500 - in reply to #54365)
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That looks GREAT, Denise!! Wow!! I'm so far behind on those!

Gerda
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Annette
Posted 2010-12-27 11:34 AM (#54542 - in reply to #54500)
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Wow Denise! Nice work Thank you for defining this swap. That really helps. I love the way the fabrics play together.

Welcome Rebecca, I will add you the the list of players

Gerda, are you going to join us? We're waiting on Debbieann. It looks like a great pallet for any number of things ...

Annette
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Gerda
Posted 2010-12-27 12:09 PM (#54548 - in reply to #54365)
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No, sorry, Annette, I'm trying to stay away from any and all swaps - I'm still behind on two swaps (plan to work on those this week) - shoot, my Christmas cards are still sitting here waiting to be written and signed - envelopes are done, including stamps, but not the rest. And costs keep going up and income (pension) doesn't. Just can't do it anymore. I will just enjoy the eye candy you all provide :)

Gerda
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sew__n__so
Posted 2010-12-27 6:35 PM (#54567 - in reply to #54365)
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I want to be in on this swap-- 5 sets I think. Will try to post pictures of my fabrics to see if they will make the cut tomorrow.

Midge W
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MadameD
Posted 2010-12-27 7:44 PM (#54574 - in reply to #54365)
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Annette, sign me up!  Still thinking on how many sets  :)
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laura
Posted 2010-12-27 8:04 PM (#54577 - in reply to #54365)
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Annette, I'm in for this swap.  I need to beef up my neutral batiks and this is a perfect excuse to do it.  Put me down for 5 sets, please.  Laura
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Annette
Posted 2010-12-28 8:16 AM (#54589 - in reply to #54577)
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Welcome Midge W, Dana and Laura. Glad to have you playing with the rest of us! Denise has shown us how wonderful these beauties can be used.

Laura, this is not just batiks, but quilting cottons. I hope this won't disappoint you. Pat is doing the jewel tone batik swap. I do agree, neutral batiks are hard to come by.

Annette
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laura
Posted 2010-12-28 9:15 PM (#54603 - in reply to #54365)
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Annette, I'm good with creamy neutrals that are not batiks -- neutrals are hard to come by in my stash.   I promise, I'll share all kinds of creamy neutral cottons.  Laura
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MadameD
Posted 2010-12-30 2:28 PM (#54718 - in reply to #54499)
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I have three sets, currently, I will put a few more swatches up as I find them questionable and would like your thoughts.  The far right, almost white is a Rock Candy by Michael Miller, I forget what shade.  The middle one is a linen texture from P&B Textiles and the far left is a creamy Grunge texture from Basic Gray by Moda.  

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Annette
Posted 2010-12-31 10:40 AM (#54769 - in reply to #54718)
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Oooooooh, those look wonderful Dana!

I'm sick, again, but have drugs and hope to be able to go shopping for my neutrals and batiks tomorrow. These pretties are making me jealous

Annette
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scraphappydenise
Posted 2011-01-01 2:27 AM (#54809 - in reply to #54365)
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Annette- hope your sinus infection goes away soon... seems like you've had it a long time!

I should get my neutrals out tommorrow and post pics....

Dana - those are beautiful!
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logcabin1961
Posted 2011-01-01 6:05 AM (#54812 - in reply to #54809)
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Like Denise I have also used mixed neutrals as a background for a quilt I made for my daughter 5 years or so ago.  I have attached a piccie but you may have to zoom into it to see the neutrals clearly.

 





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debbieann
Posted 2011-01-01 11:28 AM (#54840 - in reply to #54365)
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I also designed a quilt that used all scrappy neutrals. It was a clean up project called Spin Your Scraps. It was a very big quilt.

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logcabin1961
Posted 2011-01-01 1:43 PM (#54850 - in reply to #54840)
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Debbieann

Really loving that quilt, where did you get that pattern - would love a copy of it.

 

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