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  • Ahamblin
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    Re: Phoebe-Another Point of View by Windham Fabrics

    Each stripe is 2.5 inches and you normally get two or three of each pattern. To duplicate that you would need approximately 1/4 yard of each pattern and then cut the stripes yourself. For that pattern you need 42 stripes as I remember. I made that quilt a few months ago for my daughter and used Cleo. It is a large quilt but not too difficult to put together but be sure to measure each step. I didn't (my newbie mistake) and I had to make adjustments to the blocks. Hope this helps.

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  • 309Bella
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    Re: Phoebe-Another Point of View by Windham Fabrics

    Another quick question regarding this....since the jellyrolls are not available and only separate pieces, how much of each fabric do I need to purchase to equal to a jellyroll? Does this make sense?

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  • 309Bella
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    Re: Phoebe-Another Point of View by Windham Fabrics

    Thank you!!!

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  • Ahamblin
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    Re: Phoebe-Another Point of View by Windham Fabrics

    The Patchwork Company in New York has a little of the line in yardage. They also have Cleo by Another Point of View which is similar. I have ordered from them before and been pleased with their service. Here is the link Phoebe

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  • jennyann
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    You might look on etsy or eBay. It is a gorgeous fabric collection. I tried looking online, but was not having any luck. Good luck on your search. Hopefully someone else might have better luck trying to help.

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  • 309Bella
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    Phoebe-Another Point of View by Windham Fabrics

    I am a newbie quilter and fan of this site. I fell in love with the Phoebe's Flowerbox pattern...especially the fabric. I believe the jellyrolls are no longer available. Is it possible to find it somehow or is it a lost cause?
    Last edited by 309Bella; April 2, 2014, 02:00 PM.
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