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Thread: Mini Tryptic Patterns

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    Junior Member TShooters's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sewlmatesister View Post
    That is so cute, was it the jan / feb 2012 edition?
    Yes, in Jan/Feb 2012 Love of Quilting.

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    Suzannes Art House has several patterns .I've don ethe minis amnd minis2 www.suzannesarthouse.com

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    If you're looking for something quick & fun check out these patterns, the Christmas & Winter sections both have patterns, didn't take the time to look through the other sections. http://www.patchabilities.com/shop/Patterns.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathdavis View Post
    Trees with seasons would work
    They all are cute ideas! I like Kath's because you could leave it on display all year long. You could also do individual flowers, Autumn Leaves, Snowflakes. Find an outdoor photograph you love and do it up in three parts as a mini landscape.

    Lara B.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kathdavis View Post
    Trees with seasons would work
    That would be so cool! They could be done reversable with each panel being a different type of tree or a pine tree in the middle and oak or maple on either end and just flip them over for different seasons.
    If no one ever experimented we'd all still be making 4 patches.

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