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Thread: bookcase wall hanging

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    I have a brick wall im my sewing cubbie. and want to cover it up with a wall hanging I saw somewhere maybe here but i can't find it. Any how this wall hanging looks like a giant bookcase. complete withshelves, books, vases, pictures. It was beautiful and i need to cover my old brick wall. Help Please and thank you.

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    I wish that I could help you...I can't, but I hope that someone can post a picture of this wall hanging. It sounds really clever!
    Audrey :)

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    I think you mean this one. I didn't get the poster's name.
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    now if somebody recognizes their quilt, they can let you know where to get the pattern ;)
    Sorry I couldn't do more. Hope you get it. :thumbup:

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    This is a paperpieced project from block central
    http://www.blockcentral.com/qb-pattern-bookshelf1.shtml

    click on blocks to see the other book combinations.

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    Look at this thread:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-69455-1.htm

    Look at fabric 'R'. It looks like a bookcase. Perhaps you could use the fabric as a panel. Put a border or two on it and then quilt it.

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    http://quiltinglibrary.blogspot.com/...lt-blocks.html

    maybe the better page to start with

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    www.winnowing.com has a bookcase pattern

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    thanks every one not what i have seen but by goly i bet i can find something here allright.

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    How do I find the rest of the bookshelf blocks at Blockcentral?

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    RevPam posted the full blog address above nativetexan's post.
    Love the bookcase idea....

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    There's a similar bookshelf pattern in the book Modern Quilt Workshop, too, but without knicknacks. Just books.

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    thanks again everyone. I have some great info to get started on. Now I need to get the gumtion :)

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