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Thread: Panels Made the Wonky Way!

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    Panels Made the Wonky Way!

    I fell in love with the Seuss panels and when I went to make a quilt I thought what the heck do I do with them? Well, I saw a pic of a wonky Seuss quilt and decided I had to make one . But I could not pattern so I just winged it.

    I have made this style of quilt many times with different panels. It is really fun to make and comes out super cute every time! Here are a few samples I have made using Seuss, Kaufman and my all time favorite Monster Trucks fabric! Thanks for looking.

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    Very nice, great quilts

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    those are some great quilts.
    they turn boring, run-of-the-mill panels into something interesting and cheerful!
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    Love what you have done with these clever panels. Great quilts that are super cute.

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    ​You’ve earned your wings! Cute quilts!

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    Those are really cute
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    Very cute!

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    Wonderful! Dr. Seuss' books are always wonky! I have been doing kids' quilts wonky for a long time ... sometimes even when I try to do them squared! Really nice job on these!!

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    Fantastic use of panels.
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    A very cute quilt any younger child would love.
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    Great quilts! Particularly love the Dr Seuss one!
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    Those are awesome, I love panels but sometimes they are wonky on there own. Never thought of making them wonkier. Thanks for sharing!
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    These are adorable!

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    Lov wonky! I did the same with my guild president blocks. I need to do that with my Loralai blocks. Great job!
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    Love your ideas of what to do with panels. Thank you for posting.

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    Great ideas! Very whimsical feel to the quilts!

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    Those are really cute....good job!

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    Those are Great! Thank you for posting. I have the Dr Seuss panel that I cut apart but never could decide what to do with it. Your idea is perfect.

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    You Nailed it. Well done.
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    Unique layout for panels....really like this idea..... Wonderful job...all are so cute...
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    These are so cute! And so appropriate for the Seuss designs especially.

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    Very nice! I have a Loralai panel too. this give me an idea. Thanks for posting!

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    I love those! Fun panels, made even better by your great settings. You've got the wonky setting down pat!
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    Great quilts. It's a good solution for block/panels that are not all the same size.
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