In this post, I discussed how I sometimes use Pinterest to help me put fabric groupings together. That is exactly how I did this one. However, the majority of these prints are by Bonnie Christine with a couple of extra ones from other AGF designers.
One thing I like is how ‘most of the time’ you can choose fabrics from one designer, but over many of their fabric collections and their fabrics will sort of work together.
Another thing, is when I use a whole fabric collection or even several of one designers prints, I like to add in others just so it will be put together by me. It just adds a little more thought into what you are doing and making it yours. I like this (unless I’m doing yoga, then I just want you to tell me what to do and I don’t want to think about it).
So what will a couple of blocks look like in these fabrics? And what quilt blocks do I even want to make? I have no idea, so let’s play a bit.
But what this tells me is that these fabrics look much better when not cut down to tiny pieces like in the second block example. In the second example my deer get lost with the sizing. Unless I want to try fussy cutting it. That could work!
I do like the friendship star in the first block though. That one looks nice.
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