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Thread: Rhonda's 5th Wall Hanging Swap - Nov 1 - Feb 28

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    I am in........life has settled down and I can work on this one. I will send a PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JNCT14 View Post
    So hopefully Rhonda will add me to the playlist. In the meantime I have a question - I can make a traditional wall hanging but I also like multi purpose projects. I was wondering if this idea would be better liked: I would make 4 round placemats that can be hung on a carrier strip so that the total piece can be used as a wall hanging, or a couple of the round pieces can be removed and used as table toppers and the other 2 remain as the wall hanging or all 4 can be removed and used as the placemats.
    Should I stick to the traditional or try this idea? Remember that one of you is going to get it!
    Go for it! It sounds pretty neat to me.
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    Remember you can sign up anytime up until midnight on Feb 28. You must have a wall hanging ready to mail by then.
    If this is your first time joining us I need your postal address and would like an email for a backup contact #(optional)

    Welcome to those who have played before and a welcome to our new players!! Hope you all have fun!
    Make sure you post some pics along the way. Would love to see your fabrics or your ideas you are thinking of using!!

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    Remember you can sign up anytime up until midnight on Feb 28. You must have a wall hanging ready to mail by then.
    If this is your first time joining us I need your postal address and would like an email for a backup contact #(optional)

    Welcome to those who have played before and a welcome to our new players!! Hope you all have fun!
    Make sure you post some pics along the way. Would love to see your fabrics or your ideas you are thinking of using!!

    If I miss adding anyone just remind me and I will get you on the list.
    The important list will be the ready to mail list. So when you are ready to mail make sure you let me know. Only those people will get an address to mail to.

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    @ JNCT14, not being a rule maker or follower, I think your idea is neat, just like your rooster message board. I think it fits the simple criteria for a wall hanging. This is all about being creative so if R approves, go for it!
    peace
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    Quote Originally Posted by JNCT14 View Post
    So hopefully Rhonda will add me to the playlist. In the meantime I have a question - I can make a traditional wall hanging but I also like multi purpose projects. I was wondering if this idea would be better liked: I would make 4 round placemats that can be hung on a carrier strip so that the total piece can be used as a wall hanging, or a couple of the round pieces can be removed and used as table toppers and the other 2 remain as the wall hanging or all 4 can be removed and used as the placemats.

    Should I stick to the traditional or try this idea? Remember that one of you is going to get it!
    I say go for it! As long as it's quilt related and fits the size anything goes!

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    I am going to try it and see if I like the results.....it may never see the light of day though....

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    what about a wall quilt that holds a calendar? everyone uses those! I am making .. something.. colorful for sure and high likelihood a cow.. just saw a pig today that is pretty adorable too.. so hard to chose. .. I know it will be brighter than the last one (sorry like the dog) and applique will come into play.. I like to applique wall quilts because they aren't as delicate as a quilt with all the washing requirements. Question here however is what size do you prefer to get? how big is too big for you? I like under 24" myself that is pretty big I think and will fit better on my walls.
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    @ Elisabrat: As far as size goes, I will not turn anything away. I have even hung 2" square mini quilts on my walls right up to full size bed quilts. I don't have a lot of wall space in my house. Windows and corner closets everywhere. I do have a few special places that I change out quilts. I hang them them on doors, under windows and on the refrigerator. Any place there is an open spot is just waiting for some art.

    The calendar idea is another good one to try. I think it qualifies, imho.
    peace
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