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Thread: Wildlife panels for one uncle-1 to go.

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    The panels were given to me. I just collected the "Like" ones and go from there.
    P.S. I got a call and the man is in love!
    Quote Originally Posted by moosegirl
    I'm glad to know some one else loves moose, your quilt would fit in well at my house if your uncle changes his mind.
    Moosegirl
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    Quote Originally Posted by Motorcyclemad
    I was standing in the corner on a chair. That has been the only way that I have been able to get the whole quilt in the pictures. I also have to add that I am 6 foot tall (that helps)!
    Quote Originally Posted by LovingIzabella
    Wonderful quilt but I have to ask...were you hanging from the ceiling fixture to take the first picture?? It looks like it was taken from pretty high up.
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    Ahhhaaa! So that's how you did it :thumbup: Thanks for letting me know
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    April

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    Beautiful quilt. My grandson would love it. Good thing he isn't here to see this.

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    I have those panels for my bed at the lake. I have decorated it with log furniture and the moose theme. I'm going to look close at all you added here. Very nice quilt, love the theme.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grannyoquilting
    I have those panels for my bed at the lake. I have decorated it with log furniture and the moose theme. I'm going to look close at all you added here. Very nice quilt, love the theme.
    This was my first "Exercise" in "multiple" panels. Even with an engineering degree, I didn't account for every inch of difference between the sides & middle. I had to take sashing out of each side to get it the middle collage to come out right. My second attempt, I didn't have a problem.
    As long as I don't tell, most don't notice. Besides, he loves it!

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