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Thread: Stitch In Time quilt from panel

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    Stitch In Time quilt from panel

    Most of us have panels like this in our stash that we've never gotten around to making the vest, jumper, etc that was intended. So this is what I did with one. Made it for quilt guild & I thought it came out really cute. Just did a large crazy quilt block then did some quilting designs on my Babylock Esante that were sewing themed.
    Then I did fmq around the shapes & meandered in the open spaces with my Janome 9000
    Thanks for looking.

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    That was a clever way to use the panels. I like it!
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    cute, love you wonderful inventive idea!!!
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    I like your use of the panel sooooo much more than it's original intended use!!!

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    What a great idea!!

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    How clever! I really like it
    Grandma of 5 beautiful grand kids, 4 crazy cats & 1 dog!

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    I have a couple of those vest things in my stash somewhere - I'm takeing a look to see what can be done with them. GREAT idea!!!!!!
    Sally Dolin
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    Very good idea. I have picked up these kind of panels on sale and made kaleidoscope quilts with them. Lots of fun.

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    how cleaver! maybe I won't be so quick to pass over panels that are on clearance!

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    wow...what a great idea....love it

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    You are very cleaver. Nice job.
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    Very creative! Thanks for sharing.
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    Oh, you are so clever and found a great way to use the panel. Thanks to you I have a few ideas how to use up the panels I have had in my stash for years. Now they will be put to good use in a few little quilts.

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    Great idea, I love it!

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    Love it!! Great idea!!!
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    very cute!!!
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    Beautiful!

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    Wow what a clever way to use the panel
    and I really love the way it turned out
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    Quote Originally Posted by joym View Post
    wow...what a great idea....love it
    same here.....super idea.....thanks for sharing

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    You are very creative and clever I must say. It turned out beautifully. Very impressive the way you used the panel. I will never look at a panel the same way again. Thank you.

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    Terrific idea for dealing with panels that need to be repurposed. It looks great.
    Miss Rita

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    I have gotten several vest, apron and stuffed animal prints (on sale) which I have used the same way. Always fun!

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    Oh My... How cute is that?

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    Love it and will look in my stash for panels....I know I have some and now I have an idea what to do with them. Great job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CarrieC View Post
    That was a clever way to use the panels. I like it!
    I agree, and I love your quilting!

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