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Thread: Attic Window finished.

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    Just lovely, great job and thank you for sharing.
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    It's so pretty, that it had me thinking of my mom who passed away sitting in a garden in heaven.

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    This is absolutely gorgeous. What a lovely view!

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    I'd look out that window every day. Quite lovely.

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    Simply gorgeous!
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    very very very nice. great job
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    Great job! Love the colors and design.
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    That came out magnificent. It's one of the nicest Attic Window quilts I've seen. I have that on my bucket list but have yet to find a panel to suit me. Thanks for inspiring and sharing.
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    This is gorgeous! Did you cut the panel and then add the frames? I would love to do one.
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    That is so cool!
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    Beautiful, the attic window is on my to do list! You did a great job!!
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    Great windows around that panel. I never know what to do with a panel.
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    It's soooo beautiful... the prettiest one I've ever seen.
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    i love that!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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    i really like that it is so cool. thanks for sharing

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    I have a panel similiar hiding somewhere in my stash...NOW I know what to do with it. Thanks for sharing!
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    I love your quilt and I too would like to know if you fussy cut or used a panel to make this beauty.

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    I have been all over the websites looking for this pattern. Could you please tell me where you found it.
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    I have a lovely landscape panel that I didn't know how to use. Now I do! Thanks for sharing your quilt and inspiring me and others.

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    Another attic window.

    I've had some emails asking how I did my attic window back in 2008 so thought I'd post the answer here with a picture of another one I finished this year.

    So I started with a panel & cut it into 9 equal pieces then added sashings to the left and bottom using the method in the links below. Then I sewed 1/2 inch black sashings around each block. After I took the picture posted on the forum then I also added a 3 inch border around the whole thing - made it look more like a real window. The one below has it too.

    http://www.crystalpalaceyarns.com/eq...ticwindow.html

    http://www.quiltaholics.com/bom/attwin.htm
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    Very pretty, love the colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annmarie View Post
    I finally finished my first attic window. Thanks again for the inspiration Katherine. This is a Michael Miller panel called Serenity Bridge. I think next time I need to add another wider border on the outside edge to look more like a window frame.
    This is awesome! Love everything about it.
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    Thanks Annmarie for the instructions and the lovely pic of the one you finished. Hope mine comes out as well.

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    What great work.
    So pretty..

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    Beautiful panel, and I agree, a wider border would be better. Thanks for sharing.
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