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Thread: What to do with a panel...maybe new to you, maybe not...

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    That is totally an awsome job!! Great work
    will quilt 4EVER

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    Great idea. I have so many panels and sometimes I don't know what to do.

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    Wow! That's beautiful!! Never thought of doing that before! Such precise work! TFS!

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    So interesting!

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    Very nice you are pretty creative I also love how you put the wood grain fabric.

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    It's truly hard to believe this is a panel! Very nice!!
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    What a great idea! Love the woodgrain fabric.

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    Great idea! Nice job!

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    An awesome job

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    what a wonderful idea. great job

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    Beautiful, I think I have that panel. I always wonder what to do with it. Thanks for sharing.
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    Great job it is wonderful. joyce j

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    excellent job! It looks real.
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    How do I make a attic window out of a panel? Does anyone have directions?....Thanks

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    I have never seen a panel used in this way. What a great idea. Beautiful.

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    Never used a panel or done an attic window! New things excite me & this one is beautiful! Thanks so much for posting this! So many ideas floating around in this brain!

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    I have not tried this. It is a great wall hanging. Love it.

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    Very good--I did these for Christmas for my kids a few years ago. They really make a great wall hanging! Yours is delightful.

    One word of caution to someone trying this for the first time--be sure to label your blocks carefully--once they get separated, it is very easy to get them turned wrong and sometimes quite difficult to get the puzzle put back together correctly. This is one of the few times I label every one of the blocks individually.
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    I like very much. Perfect setting!

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    I love the way this turned out, it looks like you really are looking out a window at some beautiful landscaping. Very inspiring.

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    I like the way your quilt turned out, Char! It is very nice.
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    That is awesome. I agree the woodgrain fabric makes it look like a real window.

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    what a neat idea!!!!very nice!!!
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    That is terrific, great job and thank you for sharing
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    Great idea. It is beautiful. Love the shadow effect.
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