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Thread: Panel quilt

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    Panel quilt

    This quilt was made from a panel, I love the colors. I still have to sandwich, quilt and bind it! The bottom border looks lighter but it is not.
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    Great job Ruth love the colors. Perfect mans quilt.

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    Great idea! Beautiful quilt!

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    Very nice job!
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    Like that look alot for a mans quilt. Great job, nice color combo. Thanks for sharing.
    learn each and every day,memories or play.

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    This is a very nice quilt and I never thought about maybe cutting a panel and
    adding strips or blocks to make it a bigger quilt. Good for you.
    Denise finally in Manchester NH

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    Very pretty, I never know what to do with panels and some are pretty. Good idea .

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    I like the combination. Looks great. Am making one like this with wolf prints and running wolves. You have given me additional ideas.
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    You did a wonderful job!!!!

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    Your additional fabrics are so well chosen. Really good use of a panel, and that was a beautiful panel to begin with.

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    Love what you did with that fabric. I kept looking at it at the store but couldn't figure out what to do with it. Your idea is great!!! Thanks,
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    Looks great!

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    Isn't the best form of flattery coping someone's idea? While searching through the photo collection to get ideas your wonderful item appeared....wow....just what my fabric needed! Won't be making in the next few weeks, plan on before the end of the year! Thanks for posting this, my mind would have not been able to design my rendition without seeing yours first. The fabric on mine will be full of monk seals, turtles and fish!

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    Gorgeous, and I too love the colors and beautiful panel!
    ​Krysti

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