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Thread: wall hangings from quiltscape panels....

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    Red face wall hangings from quiltscape panels....

    Okay, I admit I rushed this because I am curious to figure out posting photos with the new format--one doesn't have the binding sewn on yet. :-)
    I made nine of these (21" by 23.5")--six in one scene in green, and three in another scene in blue. I'm still hand sewing the binding on the back for several of these and several of the fall log cabin table toppers. There were 18 altogether, I think I'm down to 13 left. Pant, pant.

    I decided to try a bargello kind of border. When I ran out, I picked what I thought was a good floral for the picture, and have decided it looks so nice, and it was so much less trouble--all the rest will have a solid floral border. lol

    I have more panels to turn into wall hangings, but they will be for next year.

    These are to add to a pile for a Nov 19th craft show.

    Hmm--the pics are too big? On my screen the right side is cut off. Okay--I'll resize before posting next time. (wink)
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    Oh very nicely done!

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    Lovely use of the Quiltscape panels. Moving right along I see ;-)

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    Nice job, I like to use the quilt panels for children's donations when time is short.
    Ruth

    Sew many projects, sew little time..........

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    Those are so cut!! I love panels for fast projects!

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    Nice job! I have various mixed breed ponies and one miniature horse (was drooling over your lovely minis in your webpage photos!)
    Mavis

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    is someone out there willing to explain what I have done wrong. I CAN'T SEE THE PICTURES YOU ARE ALL TALKING ABOUT UNTIL I SCROLL A LONG WAY DOWN THE "THREAD". THANK YOU.

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    They are beautiful Karla!!!


    My newest Grandson, Caleb Austin, was born May 29th. I am now Grandma to 4 precious babies. I am so blessed!!!!

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    That is so very awesome.
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    Your settings for the panels make them pop! Wonderful.

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