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    These might be a little more than you want to spend, but this pattern looks perfect for hand dyed fabrics. Take a look at Vickie Welch's step gradation color sets on her site, or Cherrywood's sets. They are so so beautiful.

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    Thank you all for your help! I spent some time on the internet looking for fabric before I asked all of you for help and all I could find was the Moda Marbles. The Stonehenge looks promising. The Vicki Welch fabric is beautiful, too, but I the pattern calls for less than a yard cut of the fabrics so I think I'm headed to the LQS (I hate it when I'm forced to make that trip!)

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    Basically Patrick has colorways in both brights and neutrals. I think Patrick Lose designed Moda Marbles and many of his lines are fabulous colorful blenders. He's coming out with another very extensive line of colorful blenders that he introduced at the Quilt Market last week.

    Many of the Kona basic color strip jelly rolls have gradations of the same colors.

    I think you can still get Fossil Fern. I have purchased a box of Fossil Fern FQs that has 100 different colors in it. I got it from Craftsy.
    Last edited by Jean Sewing Machine; May 28th, 2017 at 09:10 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jean Sewing Machine View Post
    Basically Patrick has colorways in both brights and neutrals. I think Patrick Lose designed Moda Marbles and many of his lines are fabulous colorful blenders. He's coming out with another very extensive line of colorful blenders that he introduced at the Quilt Market last week.

    Many of the Kona basic color strip jelly rolls have gradations of the same colors.



    I think you can still get Fossil Fern. I have purchased a box of Fossil Fern FQs that has 100 different colors in it. I got it from Craftsy.
    Yes Fossil Ferns would look wonderful and Thousands of Bolts still has a lot of shades for $5.99/yd. Downside would that you have to order in 1 yard cuts from them, but you can always use them up as blenders in other projects. Patrick Lose always comes up with gorgeous collections. So many things to consider!

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    Default Re: Looking for fabric line

    I would use a graduating fabric, they would have the different hues all together.
    Vicki C

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    Blogging ahead.....research in quilting and sewing with a dab of cooking/recipes too.

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