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Thread: Kimono Wallhanging

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    It's very pretty. Where can one find instructions?

    Linda

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    Really lovely.
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    Wow! What a stunning quilt.

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    Very nice
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    That is so pretty!! I've never seen the kimonos done that way before.

    I lived in Misawa, Japan for three years. I have a nice collection of oriental fabrics and a few oriental themed quilt books. Now if I can only get in the mood to make something with them!!
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    I love this! I've seen kimono quilts before, but they haven't been three dimensional. I like this so much more. Thanks so much for posting the photo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ArtsyOne View Post
    I love this! I've seen kimono quilts before, but they haven't been three dimensional. I like this so much more. Thanks so much for posting the photo!
    I, too, have seen other kimono quilts but they weren't like this one. I personally LOVE kimono quilts & have always wanted to make one (there are so many gorgeous Asian fabrics out there!) but know I don't have the talent or patience to make something this spectacular! Great job!!!
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    Looks wonderful! Nice job!

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    Opps, just new at this blogging. You can get the pattern from www.quilters.net by Brenda Dean. She is in Australia. The pattern is very small so I had to do my own math and increased it by 1.65% to get this size, just the right size to use up a fat quarter. She used 12 1/2 inch by 3 3/4 inch for the KIMONOS, very small. .

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    Thank you. It was fun to do. I also made a small threesome wall hanging for my granddaughter.

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