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Thread: ISO Spring or Summer Wall Hanging pattern

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    Senior Member Bubblegum0077's Avatar
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    Hi Everyone:
    It's time to pull down the winter wall hanging and replace it with a spring/summer one only I don't have any idea what kind of pattern I am looking for. I want something with pastel colors or a scene of some sort, but I have never done anything like that before. I'm guessing it will include applique.

    Can anyone on the board suggest a few patterns that are bright and cheery and shout spring/summer time? I want to make it 60x60 if possible since my wall area can accommodate that size. Thanks for your help.

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    How about this? It is a real summer scene LOL

    summer wall hanging
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    I'm sure there are good ones out there! I'm working on designing a few, and if you don't mind waiting a week or two, you could be a pattern tester for me!

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    Maybe your version, size and colors...I like the happy daisy pattern http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-69452-1.htm here is a link to one.:)

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    I just made a hanging for my (ugly) front door. I had pretty fabric with birds on it that I fussy cut and used with the Attic Windows pattern. I just made four blocks but you could make as many as you need for that size. It's very "springy". Good luck and let us know what you make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric lover
    How about this? It is a real summer scene LOL
    Thanks for the chuckle, fabric lover :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by fabric lover
    How about this? It is a real summer scene LOL
    I love these ladies!

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