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Thread: Can you help me find Outdoors panels?

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    Can you help me find Outdoors panels?

    I'd like to make my dh a quilt and he loves moose and deer etc. I am looking for fabric panels that have outdoor themes. I am not having much success. Can you help me locate some? Thanks so much in advance.
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    Go to: quiltshops.com and type in moose fabric in the search screen. It will give you the pic of fabric and shop.
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    Did you check Spoonflower.com? They've got a cheater called Colorado Reflections that's cute.

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    There are lots of these available on ebay too. Just search for "quilt panel" and add whatever animal (moose/bear/deer) you want.

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    If you have a walmart with fabric they have them

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    Some good ones here too, from one of our board friends: http://www.favoritefabric.com/cgi/co...ds_fabric.html
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    There is a very nice Deer with a doe by Real Tree that I just ordered hope to make a quilt for my son.
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    Lauriejo, thank you for mentioning my shop!

    Here are pictures of some panels you might like, Nygal.

    http://www.favoritefabric.com/cgi/co...on&key=CCAEPNL
    http://www.favoritefabric.com/cgi/co...on&key=SSINPNL
    http://www.favoritefabric.com/cgi/co...on&key=SSFLPNL
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    I love the sky in the bottom panel, it makes me smile just to look at it.
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    I got this at my LQS. The selvedge says Darrell Bush for VIP Exclusive. There's also a version that has small hunting cabins with red canoes.
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    http://www.marshalldrygoods.com/wild...ls/cat_65.html

    http://www.marshalldrygoods.com/wild...ts/cat_11.html

    I have never bought online from them, but I have been in their store and they have some really good bargains. (DH plans side trips for me whenever we do a road trip.)

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    I am interested in how you will turn a panel into a quilt. Do you have a pattern or do you add borders?

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    Did you find what you needed? I might have some pillow panels left from son's quilt. A Bigmouth Bass, a duck, a Ruffled Grouse and maybe a deer. I enjoyed making the Attic Windows frames for the panels.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...r-t174360.html

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    bugfabrics.com have every kind of critter imaginable. I've never ordered from them, but every fabshophop I get sucked into checking out their website for hours! Here's their deer category: http://bugfabric.com/deer.htm; they have many other categories too.

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    Marshalls Dry goods has wild life panels

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