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Thread: My latest little Critters.

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    My latest little Critters.

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    :-)
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    I think I lost the attic window effect I was going for.
    :-)
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    Cute critters, yes the attic window effect was lost.
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    Jingle, I'm thinking if I had quilted the lower part of the same color I may have got the "shelf" effect.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAS49OR View Post
    I think I lost the attic window effect I was going for.
    I think it has the look of columns along a wall with the critters being pictures hung on the wall. Very nice.

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    Thx Tess, I see that too. The critters are back in a shadow box, or deep in the shelves.
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    They are just too cute. I love them.
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    they're soooo cute
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    cute............

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    So cute ! Love your little critters! Good Job!
    Have a Blessed & Prosperous Day !
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    they are so darn stinking cute

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    Quote Originally Posted by tesspug View Post
    I think it has the look of columns along a wall with the critters being pictures hung on the wall. Very nice.
    I was thinking the same thing. Looks good from here.

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    those little critters are the cutest things.
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    So very cute!
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    Thanks ladies! I was proud of myself for learning how to do the "attic windows" from a youtube video. My corners actually met up. I didn't do it the way where you use half-square triangles in the corner. I didn't have enough fabric to fix anything (not that there are crooked blocks or anything, lol, just design choices to make it wonky) or for many options so I was just happy I finally used the fabric I bought last year. The LQS made blocks of the pictures outlined with solids with sashing between. The fabric was all from the same line. I don't remember the name of it.
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    way cute...you did an awsome job
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    Quote Originally Posted by CAS49OR View Post
    I think I lost the attic window effect I was going for.
    And here I was taking a good look at your picture because I liked the effect you created and I wanted to use it! I love this quilt and the critters.

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    Thanks Kathy! You saw it too?
    :-)
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    Cute cute cute!
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    I think the thinner blue frame is what lost the attic window effect but now it looks like very deep shelves with them sitting at the back of the shelf. I like it.
    ''To get something you never had, you have to do something you never did."- Try that new quilt pattern!!

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    The fabric below the "shelf" is all the same size. I'm thinking I should have quilted some thread in there to get the effect?

    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlady View Post
    I think the thinner blue frame is what lost the attic window effect but now it looks like very deep shelves with them sitting at the back of the shelf. I like it.
    :-)
    CAS

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    absolutely cute! Yes, the attic window was lost, but still a cool effect.

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    so cute

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    Very cute though

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    Cute fabric. Good job.

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