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Thread: My Attic Window quilt

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    Super Member denilynne's Avatar
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    Beautiful

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    Good job. The quilting is like the wind as the horses run.

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    Ohhhhh My !!! It's STUNNING !! You've done an outstanding job!! Love it.

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    That turned out great :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:
    An Attic Window is on my to do list sometime down the road :) :) :)

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    Your quilt is one of the most beautiful attic window quilts I have seen. Love the "frames". I have a panel I just love, had it for about 2 years but haven't made it into a quilt yet because I don't want to mess it up, if that makes any sense. Can you tell me - when cutting your panel up, do you cut out the sections that will be behind the "framing"? It looks like you did, otherwise it would look distorted.

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    Your quilt is so pretty. It was perfect to use for the window design. I LOVE horses and understand why you loved the horse panel when you saw it on the QB.
    Enjoy looking out your window!
    Kat

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    gorgeous quilt!

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    I have seen these attic windows before and absolutly love them. I have tried to find directions. I am no good at making them up.I have several panals I would love to do this with.

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    Looks like a real window and you can watch your horses. Great job!!

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    Love what you have done with the panel! What a view through your window!

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    Wow, wow, wow! I can almost hear those thundering hooves! Absolutely gorgeous! What is it about horses that we love so much? They are one of my all-time favorite animals.

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    Wow! They really look real.

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    Really nice job!

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    Looks great!!! :-D I have a friend who loves horses, might think about trying something like that for a present for her.

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    Love it!!!! Great use of a wonderful fabric and an old pattern. Yes I am a horse lover.

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    Perfect way to showcase the panel!

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    Beautiful. The horses look perfect out the window.

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    Perfect!

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    Love it. My next quilt will be a attic window using a golf scene. I thought I would need to cut the fabric up but looks like you used the panel as a whole.

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    love it . ok i still cannot figure out how you get the frame look it just blows my mind.

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    That turned out sooooo beautiful !! You did a fantastic job !! :-D :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Very, very pretty!! Looks great....

    :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Great quilt - ingenious idea

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    Very nice. I love the attic windows. I plan to make one with some Italian fabric I bought but I'm a little nervous on how to do it but want to try it anyway. Love yours came out very nice. Sue

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    Just beautiful! Like actually looking out a window.

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