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Thread: Tree's as a pantograph

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    Junior Member ozarkgal's Avatar
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    Tree's as a pantograph

    The customer asked for Pantograph Pattern that we've created (using an existing border pattern) we call "inset trees" we usually get requests for this pattern on, or part of Christmas quilts.

    On this quilt we put inset trees in the field used it as a border on the border, and put a chain of leaves in the sashing outlining the field.

    This quilt has Hobbs Warm & Natural, she wishes to bind the quilt herself.

    Hope you enjoy the pictures and it provides some idea/inspiration.
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    I'm no help, I think it looks great the way it is.
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    I am loving those trees! That is a great panto! It could go on so many kinds of projects!
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    Looking at the quilt top section I can see the quilting better and really like it. Great on the Panto!
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    Very nice quilt. Love the fabrics and the "trees" are GREAT! Great team effort

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    Looks great!!!

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    Excellent!

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    It is fine, just fine. Sandy 64

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    I think the trees would make a nice all-over pattern on a variety of quilts. It looks great on this one. Thanks for sharing.
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    It looks wonderful! Love those trees!!

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