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February 17, 2017


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The Stitchin' Post Staff

Hi Cece--If you don't want to do a whole quilt, how about a table runner? You could use that same Himalayan Pink pattern, but only do a couple of the vertical rows, or you could try one of our very favorite table runner patterns--Cranberry Chutney. It only needs 6 fat quarters, and you can find the pattern with a kit in Magenta and Lime on this page: http://www.stitchinpost.com/patchwork-quilt-kit/cranberry-chutney-runner.html
If you used the two grays in place of the greens, it should work just fine. (I would take out one of the magentas--possibly the really large poppy floral.) It's up to you--but just remember to have fun!

Cece Montgomery

I am confused as to what to do with these fabrics. I thought there would be several ideas without starting a new quilt. I already have plenty of UFO's.

Patricia Gureasko

This is really exciting. Would love to join in

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