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Thread: HORSE PICTURE FOR QUILT??????

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    Member BalserMaryAnn's Avatar
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    I am trying to design a quilt for my stepson with ahorse and rider roping a calf, to put in the center and then I will piece work a design around it. Does anyone have any ideas?????

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    I retired and now I am loving the time I hve to quilt. I completed two this pass winter. The second one is at the senior center now waiting to be hand quilted

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    try searching for a cowboy silhouette in google. You will come up with coloring book pages you can use for applique.

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    Thanks I will check that out>

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    Hi and welcome from the sunny state of Florida!!

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    Would you be interested in a panel? I think I have one that might work. I'll try to post a picture of it later on today. (it's 1:30am here) I also have some coordinating fabric that goes with it.

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    Take a look at these.

    http://www.willowbendcreations.com/

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    I make applique horse/pony blocks if interetsed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctack2
    Take a look at these.

    http://www.willowbendcreations.com/

    Carol B
    I now KNOW my stash is too big! I looked at this website and the fabric that they've used along side is in my stash! I'd gone through the whole listing before I recognized it. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Would you be interested in a panel? I think I have one that might work. I'll try to post a picture of it later on today. (it's 1:30am here) I also have some coordinating fabric that goes with it.
    Would this work for you? Okay, I'm having trouble getting this pix to post. I'll try again later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Would you be interested in a panel? I think I have one that might work. I'll try to post a picture of it later on today. (it's 1:30am here) I also have some coordinating fabric that goes with it.
    Would this work for you? Okay, I'm having trouble getting this pix to post. I'll try again later.

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    Marshall Dry Goods has alot of horse/western panels on their website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    Would you be interested in a panel? I think I have one that might work. I'll try to post a picture of it later on today. (it's 1:30am here) I also have some coordinating fabric that goes with it.
    Would this work for you? Okay, I'm having trouble getting this pix to post. I'll try again later.
    Finally, got it to work! This is a panel that I have and at the upper right hand corner is some coordinating fabric. It matches the inner border and has the look of tooled leather.
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    I am gathering some pics together but have not decided as yet. What I am truly interested in some team roping pics as my stepson and his son competes in this sport. I am thinking I like this one the best if I could figure how to make it about 24" x 36"
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    Check out some web sites that teach you how to turn pictures into quilts by using different shades of fabric.
    Then see if a local blue print shops will enlarge it for you. Sorry the panel I had didn't work for you. If nothing else, copy it onto graph paper then make a larger grid and draw it out on that.

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    Welcome, waving from Indiana, USA

    I hope you find some ideas for your horse quilt

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