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Picture of lionpride
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Haven't been on for awhile but have a friend that is redoing a quilt for another friend. I believe the fabric is from the 20's area. She needs about a yard of fabric to replace where this was. And you know how it is she needs the same fabric. Including a picture and already posted this on the finding fabrics web site (yes as soon as started typing this can't think of the name of website lol) Any help would be appreciated as she doesn't know anything else about the fabric. Thanks for the help.
Wanted to add it not this quite bright of blue in person just a little more blue/grey looking. Like more faded.

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If she can't find it, can she take a color photo and print it on those prepared fabric sheets? Does anyone know if this works?
 
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The better the picture is the closer she could get it. It's not difficult - basically it is: take the picture with the highest megapixel camera you can get your hands on - save it to your computer - print onto the special fabric. Will take LOTS of ink Smile
 
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