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Thread: Just finished Penguin Quilt

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    Just finished Penguin Quilt

    This is my latest quilt - I really enjoyed this pattern from Lisa Moore (you can google for her website). The backing was a stripe fabric - and I won't be choosing stripes for that any more. A lot of work to get it straight.
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    Love it, love the free standing shadow-box effect, love penguins. I'll bet you did great on the backing also.
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    I love the floating movement look. Great job. Thank you for sharing.
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    I tried to add a picture of the back, but it took to long to load and my time was up for editing my post...

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    Cool! They look like big ice cubes. I bought that fabric for OBW but I haven't started it yet. There is super cool quilt pattern in the new Apr/MayQuilt magazine that is 2 different maze blocks. I added it to my bucket list also. I wish these designers would slow down on their neat pattern production, I can only sew so fast!

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    Wonderful 3D effect!

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    Oh, that's lovely. Love the effect. Makes me want to jump from one floating block to the other...lol
    Blessings from Janice

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    I went to one of her classes and enjoyed seeing all her unique ideas. I hadn't seen this one....great job and very cool! (No pun intended.)
    Bless, O Lord, the works of my hands....

    P. C.

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    Great pattern. The penguins look like they are floating.

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    very nicely done
    Nancy in western NY

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