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Cross and Star in apricot yellow and brown fabric by khowardquilts on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Kathleen Howard

Message me for resizing designs or colors changes and turning designs 90 degrees to better use the fabric. I share an interest in fabric design with my sister ArtbyJaneWalker . I'm a quilter and have a love of fabric. I can set up photos for pillows.

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A nice pattern that repeats with a nice diagonal line in nice warm neutral colors. This is a 2 inch repeat, but I can make it a 2.67 inch repeat so th

A nice pattern that repeats with a nice diagonal line in nice warm neutral colors. This is a 2 inch repeat, but I can make it a 2.67 inch repeat so there are 3 repeats in 8 inches.

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khoward...

khowardquilts says: Here is a photo of the swatch. I wanted to try a more neutral palette.

khowardquilts uploaded a fabric image for khowardquilts's design Cross and Star in apricot yellow and brown :

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Posted over 5 years ago.

khoward...

khowardquilts says: This is one of four variations that I had printed from the original design. Like all of my early designs, this started as a crop of part of a photo and then I did a lot of manipulating with photo editing software. The final step was playing with different colors and having to choose just a few to print. The crop was part of a nasturtium leaf!

Posted over 5 years ago.

khoward...

khowardquilts says: I can't stop playing with this design!

Posted almost 6 years ago.