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Frequency in Ice - Libs Elliott

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Manufacturer: Andover

Designer: Libs Elliott

Collection: Stealth

Print name: Frequency in Ice

Weight/Material/Width: Quilting, cotton, 44/45 inches

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Stéfanie Lacroix
Frequency in Ice - Libs Elliott

This fabric is beautifully designed. The quality is excellent. The neutral colour makes it easy to mix and match with anything. Very pleased with my purchase.

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Shelly Stephen
Fridays Off is Fabulous

I always have the best results with Fridays Off. Fast shipping, neatly pkg’d and a nice thank you note.

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Margaret McKay
Frequency in Ice

This will be the perfect neutral for a scrappy quilt. It is exactly what I was looking for and it won’t matter on the angle of the cut because the pattern on the fabric will be perfect. Again, great quality, thank you!

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Julianne Ralph
Nice fabric for quilting

Nice crisp fabric for quilting, but not too light or too heavy. The pattern is very sharp and clear. You may want a bleached batting if you use a lot of this white fabric in a quilt as I can see faint lines from the opposite side when folded in two.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
75%
(3)
25%
(1)
0%
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Stéfanie Lacroix
Frequency in Ice - Libs Elliott

This fabric is beautifully designed. The quality is excellent. The neutral colour makes it easy to mix and match with anything. Very pleased with my purchase.

S
Shelly Stephen
Fridays Off is Fabulous

I always have the best results with Fridays Off. Fast shipping, neatly pkg’d and a nice thank you note.

M
Margaret McKay
Frequency in Ice

This will be the perfect neutral for a scrappy quilt. It is exactly what I was looking for and it won’t matter on the angle of the cut because the pattern on the fabric will be perfect. Again, great quality, thank you!

J
Julianne Ralph
Nice fabric for quilting

Nice crisp fabric for quilting, but not too light or too heavy. The pattern is very sharp and clear. You may want a bleached batting if you use a lot of this white fabric in a quilt as I can see faint lines from the opposite side when folded in two.