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Thread: Strawberries 'N cream---My OBW finished!

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    Senior Member Roxanne's Avatar
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    Here she is---finished, my last Christmas gift.
    The back is a pale yellow solid and I quilted with green thread.
    I hope the photo's show the detail.

    Thanks for looking
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    Just wonderful!

    What a unique fabric to use!

    How many panels did you use?

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    I love this one!! This is not generally one of my favorite patterns, but with this original fabric, it came out looking so very unique. Good job.

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    Amazing what happens when you play with the fabric that way :lol: Great Job :thumbup:

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    I used 6 of the large panels. The fairy series comes in the large panel and also in some small ones.

    Thanks for your kind words. It was a ton of fun. I really liked this one too.

    Roxanne

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    Really like your OBW, did you have any idea the panel would work so well? I've done two OBW's and find it difficult to pick fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by greensleeves
    Really like your OBW, did you have any idea the panel would work so well? I've done two OBW's and find it difficult to pick fabric.
    Jackie,
    Yes I knew this panel would work nicely because someone here on our board used one of the other fairies in an earlier obw post! She took the guesswork out of this one for me...Bless those here who share !

    Thanks,
    Roxanne

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    Love it! Very pretty.

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    I LOVE it! I think that is a very creative way to use panels! Thanks for sharing!

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    Love your work ! I have so many things to do with my fairy fabrics . I really like what you have done with yours ! Dawnrobin

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    Love your work ! I have so many things to do with my fairy fabrics . I really like what you have done with yours ! Dawnrobin

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    Neat idea to use a panel! Nice job!

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    Awesome!! I love it :D:D:D

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    That came out great! Nice work.

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    WOW! I love it.

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    Love it

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    Beautiful

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    love it..I love what you did with the panel..

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    Now that is beautiful! I would never have thought to use panels but I might now! The colours are really distinct and the whole thing sings. And your quilting is pretty too. :-D

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    Beautiful.

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    That is wonderful!!!

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    That is so neat the way you turned that "picture panel" into such a gorgeous quilt!

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    This is absolutely stunning how the panel turns into a spectacular quilt! It is beautiful!

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    What a beautiful piece and i would not have thought to use panels but would definitely consider one now. Great Job!
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    Great ideas to use panels. My little brain never would have thought of that. Thanks for the idea...I think! haah

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