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Thread: Optical illusion

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    Member pam.v's Avatar
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    Optical illusion

    This quilt I made for my son and his wife when they moved into their new home. It is a lot different that what I ususally do but I like it .
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    Last edited by pam.v; 10-28-2013 at 08:33 AM.

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    I love illusion quilts! Yours is great!

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    Nicely done....it is always fun to get out of our comfort zone and do something different~

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    Too small for me to see it good.
    Another Phyllis
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    Photo too small too see

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    Yeah, I agree with Jingle. It looks cute, but the picture is really small. Right above the space where you type, there are some icons that change the font, make it bold or underlined, etc. Anyway, in there, there will be an icon that looks like a picture of a tree, right next to two pictures of the globe and one of a filmstrip. Click on the picture of a tree, then when that box comes up, click on "choose file" and find your picture on your computer. If it asks for a website URL, click on "from computer" at the top first, then click "choose file." This should help us see your quilt better.

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    nice type of quilt.....

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    very pretty
    Nancy in western NY

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    well I have tried everything to get this bigger. I will have to just wait until I get home and find the original . Sorry, I am not much of a camera buff

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    Awesome job!
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