French Countryside

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The Chateau de Fleurs collection is an enchanting recreation of French sensitivity. Delicate toile, combined with soft florals in antique colors, takes me back to my studies of the Renaissance period. French Countryside is evocative of what I would consider French country design. You will find soft colors of nature with golds, reds as seen in flowers, and blues and greens like the fields and sky.

French Countryside will fully embrace this décor. I love the bit of toile popping out from the Rail Fence blocks found in the center of the quilt. It is quintessentially of the Provence; however, the blue and red checkerboard border is a very American country twist. Enjoy!


5 responses to “French Countryside”

  1. Judy Says:
    05/20/2013 11:00 am

    Beautifil, love the soft red and blues!!!

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  2. Debra Guinn Says:
    05/20/2013 11:50 am

    I love how the different fabric keeps your interest in the quilt. You want to keep looking at it over and over again. For my sewing skills and patience I probably could not do this quilt, but it makes me admire it even more. It is beautiful.

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  3. Jeneace Thomas Says:
    05/20/2013 12:31 pm

    Love this! Would love for the pattern or a kit to be available!

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  4. Mari Says:
    05/20/2013 12:58 pm

    Thank you Debra!
    Jeneace, this quilt is available on the Connecting Threads website: http://www.connectingthreads.com
    Enjoy!

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  5. Carol Hanson Says:
    05/22/2013 10:42 am

    This lovely quilt is perfect for my tiny living room. The colors will blend with my red and blue decor. Thank you for a perfect match. Connecting Threads is my fave for fabric, patterns, kits, and your superb thread. All at a very reasonable price. What quilter could ask for more?

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