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Thread: Lomgarm panto on paper design

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    Lomgarm panto on paper design

    I am looking for a panto design that I saw resently on a quilt in someones home. She had it quilted several years ago and can't remember who quilted it for her. It is nothing more then a large meander with clusters of 4 small "bubbles" positioned throughout, mostly at the top and bottom of the squiggle. I tried freehanding it but my results were not so precise as the panto and I think that precision is what made this particular pattern so interesting.

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    check out Urban Elementz - Patricia Ritz, Double Bubble

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyms View Post
    check out Urban Elementz - Patricia Ritz, Double Bubble
    Thanks, Sandyms, that one is interesting but not the one I am looking for. The one I want has more negative space and the 4 bubbles are clustered and spaced further apart. I have a customer quilt that is screaming for this panto. (or maybe thats me I hear)

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    top left here http://mohrquilting.com/ - not exactly what you described, but could you replace some of the bubbles with simple meander? Or this one - same idea http://www.susankquilting.com/susank...aph.php?id=212

    I often design my own pantos, so that's definitely what I would do in this case.

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    Check out "One Cloudy Day" by Willow Leaf Studios. It is a meander with circles. You can see it at the Quilts Complete site.
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    Thanks Kritra. I like the first one and you are right I could easily redesign an existing panto. I keep 5 different meandering patterns of different densities so I can insert different "stuff". But pattern I am speaking of just hit me and I can't get it out of my mind.


    Quote Originally Posted by kristakz View Post
    top left here http://mohrquilting.com/ - not exactly what you described, bu




    could you replace some of the bubbles with simple meander? Or this one - same idea http://www.susankquilting.com/susank...aph.php?id=212

    I often design my own pantos, so that's definitely what I would do in this case.

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    I have this pattern and use it often but it is not the one I am looking for. I do wish I could just let it go!!!!


    Quote Originally Posted by greensleeves View Post
    Check out "One Cloudy Day" by Willow Leaf Studios. It is a meander with circles. You can see it at the Quilts Complete site.

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