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Thread: Asian Inspired Ladies

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    Senior Member Sew N Tune's Avatar
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    Asian Inspired Ladies

    This was done as a wall hanging. I love the Asian panels you can get out there. I love this pattern, as you can take a fairly good size piece of fabric, and show case it like a picture in a frame. I top stitched around the ladies in the picture, then I drilled holes in chop sticks and mounted them - top and bottom. Then I added machine embroidered chinese symbols in two squares. Thanks for looking.Name:  DSCN0783.JPG
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    I love the Asian prints as well. This one is beautiful. Great job.

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    Beautiful wallhanging. I like the way you used the chopsticks.
    jackie

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    I loved your lady........ and your curved fram the most
    Thanks for showing

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    That is a lovely wallhanging. I love the Asian fabrics too - such gorgeous prints and colors! You did a really nice job on this one. I especially like the chopsticks - a fun touch!
    Sheila N.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greensleeves View Post
    Beautiful wallhanging. I like the way you used the chopsticks.
    That is so creative. The addition of the chopsticks just finishes it to something extrordinary.

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    great quilt. i love the 'wonky' frame around the focus fabric.
    Nancy in western NY

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    it's beautiful

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    Beautiful setting and fabrics and the chopsticks and embroidery finish it off with such originality.

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    That is great ,love the Asian prints

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