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Thread: 3-D illusion window pane quilt

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    3-D illusion window pane quilt

    Has anyone finished a quilt top for the 3-D window pane quilt? If so where did you get the pattern?

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    Here's a tute by Jenny Doan from MSQC, very simple to make.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-vzI0Jp3ak

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    This is a great one as she shows 6 ways of doing that mitred corner. You can choose any size you like to make it.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZGFqPyCpkGI

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    I have posted a few attic windows to this Board. No pattern. I love making them.
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    I love this too, but I have a hard time finding appropriate panels. Any suggestions?
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    Thank you so much for this site I have been wanting to do this to some Christmas panels.

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    I like making attic windows, but the one I have admired on this site is the Bay Attic Window. Would sure like a link or instructions on how to make one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylviasmom View Post
    I like making attic windows, but the one I have admired on this site is the Bay Attic Window. Would sure like a link or instructions on how to make one.

    The info you are looking for was posted at the time...On .Willowsews thread...I copied and pasted her reply below. it below.

    Hi , I bought the panel from Bywater fabrics on Etsy. It's called Spring Nature Walks by Timeless Treasures. The instructions are from Ellen B and is's called Pathway through my Garden.I found it on Delphiforums. You do have to register and some people have said they have had difficulty doing so.Google " pathway through my garden quilt " and it should come up.I wish I could be more helpful. Willowsews
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    Quote Originally Posted by bmeade View Post
    Has anyone finished a quilt top for the 3-D window pane quilt? If so where did you get the pattern?
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    my design...no pattern. Not difficult. Sewn in vertical rows.


    https://www.quiltingboard.com/pictur...c-t291411.html

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    I think you should tell people how large the panel is or how larger you want it to be, then they can give you the exact size for the blocks. I have done a whole quilt of deer blocks, with the attic window effect, with a header and footer on the quilt of 'deer scenery'. These people are good in math and working with EQ8, I bet they can tell you the 'how' of it that way, so you have your pattern. Just a suggestion.

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    My quilt club did a BOM using Eleanor Burns' Underground Railroad quilt book pattern.
    I decided to give it an attic window look. I used 2" sashing for the "window."

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