I love those colors together and sometimes I don't even think Christmas (which a lot of people think with red & green). I would make a quilt for all year long, something fun. I know you will!Debbi Fair
I think something like this http://quiltedbliss.blogspot.com/2010/11/blush-in-fields.htmlBefore I read your post, I read this one. I think it shows off the fabric. Can't wait to see what inspires you,
How about wonky log cabins? That's always my first impulse. Maybe add more white and a little bit of black. Great stack!
a christmas quilt, of course. Christmas trees and 9 patches?? ;)
Your fabric choices get yummier and yummier. Can't wait to see what you do with those wonderful fabrics!!!
oh heck....a christmas quilt! but one that can be used yearround. Cuz you know: red is the best neutral and green is so everywhere, so IN, etc., just start sewing (if you can stop driving around chester county and celebrating your new freedom!)
just found this cute little book, 'Scandinavian Stitches' by Kajsa Wikman ~ I'd make everything in that book plus a bunch of zip bags for friends!
I can't wait to see what you do with these beautiful fabrics. I agree.. I never think Christmas when I see this combo.. it's always a garden story for me.. Gorgeous stash!
Zig zag quilt? Maybe an around the world quilt??? I definitely see Christmas! ;-D
How about a whole forest of little trees/Christmas trees made of random width strings? Those are nice small designs on the fabric so I definitely see small pieces involved ... great-looking stack!!!
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