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Thread: Attic Window finished.

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    Power Poster ube quilting's Avatar
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    Very nice work. I the effect you have. My first AW was made with the sashings to narrow and had no depth at all. Thats the learning curve I have. Now I know to make them a bit wider, like yours and they get the look of the window.

    Really nice quilt.

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    Annmarie, I have another question if you don't mind. When making the attic window what is the size of each square?
    If you divide three into the width of the material would that be accurate enough for the squares to come out an even size? I hate to keep bothering you but I am not an experienced quilter(nor typist -obviously)and I can get really stumped
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    Totaly AWESOME. I bet you will be the block of the week next week. This pattern is at the top of my barrel list. I am thinking of making a table runner out of the pattern for Christmas. BrendaK
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    It's beautiful! Love it. This type of quilt is on my bucket list of things to do!

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    Wonderful, beautiful panel and great work.

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    it is beatiful...i love your fabric choice...hope to make one myself..great job!
    So many quilts, so little time :-)

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    That is beautiful. great job.

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    What a beautiful wall hanging and you should be very proud of your work.
    You did a good job.
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    That's great! I love it!

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    Where did you get the fabric for the attic windows? It's perfect.

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    Awesome quilt!

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    Beautiful, makes me want one. Thanks for sharing.

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