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Thread: A scrappy strip quilt.

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    Super Member tatavw01's Avatar
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    nice warm colors

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    Oh, I really like that panto. pattern.

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    Very pretty. Great quilting job.

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    Would you explain what "pantograph" means? Thank you.

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    It looks great very effective.
    God Bless you all.
    Heather.

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    Just beautiful, great job and thank you for sharing, love the scrappies
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoeytoo View Post
    Would you explain what "pantograph" means? Thank you.
    A pantograph is a single (or series) of picture/design that create a "motif" that motif "repeats" itself and that repeating motif is commonly refereed to as a pantograph.
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    Very pretty..Great job....

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    Looks beautiful!
    And it can be used as a reversible quilt!

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