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All About Low Volumes + Scrappy Backgrounds

Hey hey! Today I have a video for you that is a chat about low volumes and scrappy backgrounds. We’re looking at fabrics, the categories of low volumes, quilts that feature scrappy background and how to achieve the look.

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A Chat about low volume and scrappy backgrounds

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  1. I noticed in the custom dresden plate quilt you showed, how the busy background fabric took some of the “boldness” away from all the plates. I like how you did that. I tend to quilt whisper and solid everything but would like to maybe ease in to more busy prints and backgrounds…it’s out of my comfort zone at the moment.

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