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Thursday, September 22, 2011

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Carol

I love Batiks ever since I made some batik in elementary school mmmmmmmmmm, let's just say many years ago. I love the depth and layers of color available in batik! As a painter and fiber artist, to me it blends both of my worlds of expression. Batiks are great fabric for any season!

Debbie Gallett

I love batiks. I have made one quilt with them. I am collecting them now for another one. I also have some I am mixing with solids for a Cherry House quilt. I love your creamscicles, they are a wonderful color. I need some in those colors.

Debbie St. Germain

I love batiks too, have been collecting a fat quarter when I see ones I like in the store. Now I need to come up with some ideas to use them in, but probably for art pieces.

Debbie

Deborah

I am a complete and total batik nut. I haven't met one yet I haven't liked. They are All yummy in my opinion.
Looking forward to seeing how you use them!

Mary C in WA

Not a Batik Fan at all! Love the colors, but the feel of the fabric just doesn't feel right to me. Kind of slimy... Have fun with yours.

Sandi

I was never a batik fan until about a year ago. I had just two batik fat quarters to my name at the time but I drew a design for a tablerunner and I just knew it had to be done in batiks. And I did and I love it. I have a few more than two batik fat quarters now. :-)

Darlene Staley

Love, love batiks! What I love about them is the variety of color/pattern within one print. I am working on Dear Jane using Batiks and love how one fabric in the same block or a another block looks completely different. Plus they needle turn lovely when using for applique.

Darlene Staley

Love, love batiks! What I love about them is the variety of color/pattern within one print. I am working on Dear Jane using Batiks and love how one fabric in the same block or a another block looks completely different. Plus they needle turn lovely when using for applique.

pat

i am my phone andunable to fix the link to my weekly craft blog. Just click the FIFTHROOM button on my left sidebar here at my blog

Linda

Can't wait to see what the easy peasy fall projects might be..........link is not working.

Grace

I just tried your link for th Easy Peasy Fall Projects, and I couldn't get it to work either.

Grace

I love batiks, and I have a nice little collection! I really like the color saturation and the feel of the fabric. It is very nice to use in applique projects, when you don't want to spend too much time worrying about the edges. I really like the blueberry and creamsicle combination here, and I can't wait to see what you are going to do with it.

Candy Moyer

I like Batiks. They make the pattern itself pop out. I am not able to see the "easy peasy" projects

Victoria

morning pat! Batiks.. I do love them, I don't sew often with them, But I love the abstract quality of the print and I LOVE how they sew together...I've only made TWO batik quilts...I need to change that

Sally Johnson

Pat this fabric is wonderful. I could mae so much with it. OMG!Just loving it and the creamsicle is to die for...

Quiltjane

I love the look of Batiks and the fact that there is no wrong side on a piece of batik. The only thing I don't like about Batiks is that they can be a real pain to quilt on a long arm!

Margi

I am loving blueberry and creamsicle for sure,,,such luscious coloring!
I'm not a batik fan as the fabric always felt "odd" to me. It has been years since I've tried working with so maybe the feel of it has changed. With the colors and patterns you have there I'd definitely give it a whirl. LOL

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