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Re: The 1st month pattern came! 11 Dec 2011 06:33 #72102

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Very true! if you look at my pinwheels, you will see that some of them are quite indistinct becuse of the similarities of value, if I had used the cream instead of the palest pink I am sure that it would have worked better. Thinking back on it I wonder if on the Four-patches from Feb would have been better using the palest pink instead of the cream - oh well, they are staying put now. :wink:


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Re: The 1st month pattern came! 11 Dec 2011 05:56 #72101

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ChristineBBD wrote:
I've been washing and drying fabric while impatiently waiting for the pattern to arrive. I have a 4 month old kitten who helped with the ironing. :D She had a fine time attacking the fabric as it dangled from the ironing board.
Thank you for sharing the idea of creating the feathered star block now, and building the fabric choices from there. Whew! It will be easier on my brain doing it this way. I can't wait to get started! But I need to finish ironing first. Here kitty, kitty, kitty! :D

As you work on this, Christine, remember that the value of the fabric (lightness or darkness of the color) is even more important than the colors!
You have the distinct advantage of looking back through the 2009 BOM Show & Tell link to see what fabric combinations you might really like to try!
Have fun and enjoy the process!


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The 1st month pattern came! 10 Dec 2011 22:45 #72096

I've been washing and drying fabric while impatiently waiting for the pattern to arrive. I have a 4 month old kitten who helped with the ironing. :D She had a fine time attacking the fabric as it dangled from the ironing board.
Thank you for sharing the idea of creating the feathered star block now, and building the fabric choices from there. Whew! It will be easier on my brain doing it this way. I can't wait to get started! But I need to finish ironing first. Here kitty, kitty, kitty! :D
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