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Thread: Loved this panel!

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    I made this simply because I loved the panel and the colors! Just did some simple borders and SITD.
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    Thats so cute,I can see why you like it

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    I love that panel, too. It makes a darling quilt.

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    I love it too!! Turned out very cute! Is this Moda's Lollipop?

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    it is a darling quilt...

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    I honestly dont remember the line... :-/ I got the panel and coordinates at Craft Warehouse. I think it is a Moda line tho

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    I've seen that owl on lots of prints lately...very cute.

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    Yes, that's a really nice panel. I especially like the birds. It's hard to tell from the picture ... did you do any quilting around the elements in the panel itself?

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    I love it too! I remember seeing the panel online but I can't remember where.

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    Cute panel!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat-on-a-mac
    Yes, that's a really nice panel. I especially like the birds. It's hard to tell from the picture ... did you do any quilting around the elements in the panel itself?
    I tried... and failed. Ugh. :( I ended up picking out what I did do. I was using walking foot, so maybe that was part of the problem? I tried the FMQ foot, but I would end up with big and small stiches. I may still try it again (i know, prob shouldnt since it is finished and bound, but its just a house lap quilt).

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    That's really nice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    Quote Originally Posted by cat-on-a-mac
    Yes, that's a really nice panel. I especially like the birds. It's hard to tell from the picture ... did you do any quilting around the elements in the panel itself?
    I tried... and failed. Ugh. :( I ended up picking out what I did do. I was using walking foot, so maybe that was part of the problem? I tried the FMQ foot, but I would end up with big and small stiches. I may still try it again (i know, prob shouldnt since it is finished and bound, but its just a house lap quilt).
    If you want to experiment .. yes, I would definitely do FMQ. If you wanted to highlight the birds, you could just FMQ their outline. And then, some kind of meander in the trees would make them recede a bit to let the birds stand out. it really doesn't matter if the stitches are not all exactly the same length... just have fun with it.

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    Yes those simple borders are simply beautiful. They do not detract from the lovely panel

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    Quote Originally Posted by cat-on-a-mac
    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    Quote Originally Posted by cat-on-a-mac
    Yes, that's a really nice panel. I especially like the birds. It's hard to tell from the picture ... did you do any quilting around the elements in the panel itself?
    I tried... and failed. Ugh. :( I ended up picking out what I did do. I was using walking foot, so maybe that was part of the problem? I tried the FMQ foot, but I would end up with big and small stiches. I may still try it again (i know, prob shouldnt since it is finished and bound, but its just a house lap quilt).
    If you want to experiment .. yes, I would definitely do FMQ. If you wanted to highlight the birds, you could just FMQ their outline. And then, some kind of meander in the trees would make them recede a bit to let the birds stand out. it really doesn't matter if the stitches are not all exactly the same length... just have fun with it.
    Thanks for the encouragment! :)

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    Someone else had made a quilt with that panel months ago. I didn't know it was a panel & used the picture for the basis of one of my little girl quilts!! I LOVED that panel/quilt! It was my 1st attempt at applique. I mostly ended up only using the trees in the end & then adding
    other things to it. I'm glad you posted it so I can see it again.

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    Sweet!

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    Nice quilt.

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    That is darling.

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    I really like this, so simple, yet so pretty!!!!

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    Like it very much!

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    I found it! Sandy Gervais Frolic for Moda.

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    It's adorable. My owl-obsessed daughter would love that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gzuslivz
    I found it! Sandy Gervais Frolic for Moda.
    thanks!

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    I thought if I cheated, this would be finished Christmas 2010. I must not have cheated enough because it's still not finished.
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