I wonder what I could make with these. Can you help?

Here they are!  My Moda remnants. Seven half metres in all. I don’t usually go for these colours as they are so “traditional”. However,  I see it as a challenge and I’m looking for suggestions on how to “spice” them up a bit. Should I stick to a traditional pattern or go for the more modern look? Anything patchwork and quilting and only adding white and/or cream, if anything, are my rules. Go on, tell me what style or pattern you would use. Thank you 🙂 in advance. I’m waiting to be inspired.

 

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  1. Ooh, they’re lovely! I can’t think of anything inspiring that you haven’t done yet – you’re rather prolific! Just wanted to say thank you for the eBay link you posted before. I got sucked into a fabric choosing wormhole for a while, and in the end was too confused to choose, but have saved the link for another day 🙂

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  2. No honestly, I’m not prolific. I’ve had my quilt tops made for ages and I’ve managed to quilt and bind a couple in the holiday period. So it just looks llike I’ve done a lot 🙂 I’m back to work tomorrow so things are really going to slow down in quilting blogland for a few weeks!

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  3. I’d be tempted to do something like a Storm at Sea block with those and some white. Or maybe some Winding Ways blocks with a spring theme — so the leaves/grass is going from faint green to dark green as the summer wears on.

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  4. Ooh, both ideas sound fantastic. Much more artistic than I’d ever have thought of. I’m off to research the blocks you mentioned. Many thanks for the inspiration. Watch this space 🙂 Avis x

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