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    my panel

    I had this panel and could not firgure out how to use it thought about cutting it up in small pieces now I am glad I did not do that. what do you think
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    great design, love your treatment, good thing you didn't cut it to small
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Beautiful! Great idea!!

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    Very nice use of the panel parts. Pretty!
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    Great use of your panel! It made a beautiful quilt!

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    It's perfect. Great fabric!

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    Very pretty, good color selections to go with the panel.

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    Beautiful quilt, love the panel and the way that you used it. Great job.
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    Looks just great to me.

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    I really like all your fabric choices. Very pretty quilt.

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    It's cute and clever!
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    Very nice quilt!

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    Came out great!
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    I do like that very much! Thanks for posting.. I have some fabric that supposed to be used to make a book.. and I won't make a book but I was trying to come up with a way to use those "pages" in a quilt.. this would work for what I have

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    Very very "Gatsby".....love the color combination too.
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    Great quilt!

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    I like how you were able to cut the panel. Interesting.
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    Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie View Post
    great design, love your treatment, good thing you didn't cut it to small
    I agree now you just need to get it quilted and another spectacular finish.

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    You did a great job with your fabric choices. I like the layout too. I probably would've done a predictable frame or window around them.

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    Great quilt. Love your design.
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    Hi,
    wow,this project is looking very beautiful and amazing.
    what a nice colours are here.
    keep sharing.
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