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More design ideas for ColorWorks Concepts quilting fabric

by Jean Boyd

Let’s look at some more design ideas for ColorWorks Concepts fabrics. Here are two more placemat-size blocks that I made.

2 more placemats using ColorWorks Concepts fabrics

2 more placemats using ColorWorks Concepts fabrics

You could also make a table runner by sewing 3 placemat-size blocks together, end to end.

Table runner using 3 placemat-size blocks

Table runner using 3 placemat-size blocks

I started this project with 2 of the Soho panels and 4 other fabrics. Now I have a partial panel and some bits and pieces that look like this. And of course I can’t waste this wonderful fabric!

Left over pieces of fabric

Left over pieces of fabric

I also have half-yard pieces of several coordinates and solids.

ColorWorks Concepts coordinates and solids

ColorWorks Concepts coordinates and solids

This fabric is in quilt shops now and I hope you’ll experiment with some of it yourself. And please come back to the QUILTsocial blog on February 29th to see my new projects and some more design ideas for this ColorWorks Concepts fabric by Northcott!

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5 comments

Lori Morton March 12, 2016 - 7:19 pm

This is Gorgeous!! Have not done curves yet either… Being a panel tho is encourageing to try!! 🙂 The colors POP!! Loooove this!!! 🙂

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Lee Ann Lenfest February 8, 2016 - 2:37 pm

Woo. bright and wonderful colors!

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Jean Boyd February 8, 2016 - 4:42 pm

I think so too!

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Shari February 8, 2016 - 2:13 pm

This is so gorgeous! Haven’t done curves yet but in the future I sure hope to. Would love to do something like this with the gorgeous colours.

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Jean Boyd February 8, 2016 - 4:44 pm

Glad you like this! The curves are all part of the printed panel, so it makes an easy design look so much more complicated.

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