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Thread: Eye of the tiger in progress.

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    Super Member #1piecemaker's Avatar
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    Eye of the tiger in progress.

    I found this beautiful tiger panel. The only thing is..... its silky. So, I found what I think is the perfect background fabric to stabilize it and also serve as a background fabric for it. My only problem now is deciding if I should just make it into a wall hanging or if I should go for a quilt sized top? What do you think?
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    Such a beautiful panel. I would make a quilt with it; but either would be fabulous. Your background fabric does go perfectly.
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    Beautiful )
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    What a great find! My answer ~ quilt of course!

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    That Tiger panel is great do you mind sharing where you got it?

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    I think quilt too. My daughter would love it!

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    The only problem with a quilt over a wallhanging is washing it. Will the silky fabric survive multiple washings? If in question, I would go with a wallhanging.

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    I think quilt also . joyce j

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    It is perfect! A quilt would be wonderful!

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