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Thread: Attic Window Tutorial

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    Thanks for the tute!!!

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    Thanks for taking the time, I know we all appreciate it! You do make it look super easy to do the mitered corner. I have the perfect panel in mind for this and I never thought I'd say it but I can't wait to cut it up now!
    Kelly

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    Great, clear, concise tutorial.

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    Thanks!!!!!!
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    Thanks for the tutorial. I am going to give the attic window another try.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkiris View Post
    Thank you, Sandygirl! You make mitered corners look do-able!

    Don't forget to share your successes!

    I needed to verify that angle....it is not a 45 degree! Ah, I needed a proof reader!
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    Thank you - you did a very clear tute and I loved your wall hanging so want to give this a try. Your "wood-like" fabric just makes this so real looking. Again thanks!
    This too shall pass.
    Janie

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    Fantastic tute! Thanks a bunch.
    May your bobbins always be full and may your stash be never ending.

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    Great tute! Thanks for all of you time and effort and sharing it with everyone.
    Have a blessed day.

    Linda

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    Thanks for the tutorial ....

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