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Thread: Recognize this faux appliqué panel?

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    When the photo comes up on my computer it has "The Crafty Quilter" across it. I went to her site (www.thecraftyquilter.com) where she has a blog. Scroll down the page and she describes the panel. I'd contact her to see if she knows who made the panel.

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    "The Crafty Quilter" pieced MOST of that table runner. Only the five center "flowers/snowflakes" were faux. Everything else was skillfully matched in color to produce the lovely runner.

    I'll bet that can be done with most panel fabrics, using them as "the" focus fabric... (now I have an idea for some that I have ...Hmmmm...) but this one is esp. nice and seasonal.
    cpfrog - "Those who sew together, grow together." - Amy Dickinson

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    What a beautiful runner that is and what a beautiful blog "The Crafty Quilter" is also. She has a very colorful site and freely gives great tips and other information including where to find other quilt ideas. I also think that runner is a great idea for using pre-printed blocks. I am definitely keeping that in mind.

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    I have not seen it before but it's beautiful.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    SUCCESS!!!! Thanks to Julie, thecraftyquilter.com! Julie sent me info- name of the fabric is Olivia, for Red Rooster fabrics. After an extensive search, I found the panel via findmyfabric at a small shop in MS. There is also a listing on eBay for a bundle of the fabrics, and I emailed the seller who was kind enough to create a smaller listing for me. I am ready to do cartwheels I am so happy!!! Thank you Julie!!!!!

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    Well, I'm a little late but I knew I had seen it in the last few days...yep, thecraftyquilter.com! Have fun~

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    Everyone came together on this search. Lots of luck in the process. Nice panel.
    Carol

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    For anyone still watching this thread, there is a table runner kit listed on etsy that includes the pattern. I don't care for the coordinates she has listed, but for $15, you would get the panel and the pattern at least! Her listing has quotation marks around the title which is probably why I never found it in my searches! Pm me if you can't locate it and I will send you the listing title....not sure if I can post it here!

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    Very pretty

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    I have the fabric. Will find and get the info to you. Off to class now.
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