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Working with SCRAPPY DOTS - Judie Rothermel

“I have been collecting antique dots for years. If you search through antique scrappy quilts, you will always find dots in an assortment of sizes, shapes and textures. I think of the dots almost like solids because they help to simplify the busier antique prints.”

Judie’s new collection is designed to blend easily with existing antique collections, but they work equally well in more contemporary projects, too. Dots as a category are especially popular this season - collect a variety for creative experimentation!

  • Try using dots for sashings, borders and bindings
  • Their repetitive design makes them a great choice for “non-solid solids”
  • Light-ground dots can be used as background fabrics with a bold and dramatic effect!

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