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Thread: Window Quilt

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    That is BEAUTIFUL!!!

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    What a beautiful idea!!!

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    Just spectacular.

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    Fantastic!!! I've been thinking of doing that.... :D :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Beautiful!!!

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    What a wonderful idea! This will catch on really quick.

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    Thank you again for all of your kind words. One idea I keep coming back to is to use the french braid patterns and make a single braid to cover each of the side lights of the front door. I may still do this.

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    Oh wow! That's incredible! Beautiful!
    Maureen

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltlove
    Thank you again for all of your kind words. One idea I keep coming back to is to use the french braid patterns and make a single braid to cover each of the side lights of the front door. I may still do this.
    Wish I had thought about the French braid pattern, when I made quilts for my French doors. I use a 4-patch and then did a square in a square.

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    Beautiful ... I would never want to open the window!

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    It's beautiful & hope it keeps your room nice & cozy. You'll have sunshine inside just looking at it.

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    Wow!

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    That is so beautiful was that a QAYG?

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    It looks like it gives the entire room a beautiful warm glow. Isn't it nice to create such a usefull piece of art?

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    That was awesome and a gret ideal!

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    Wow! What a great idea. It is beautiful.

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    Outstanding!

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    Such a great idea and it is beautiful. I would love to have that hanging in one of my windows.

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    OH I like that so much. I make them as roll up like Roman shade type curtains. This is great on a large window!

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    That is so very pretty. :thumbup: :thumbup:
    I had wondered about making a quilt-type curtain for a window in a former residence. Now I see how to do it if I need to again.
    Thank you.

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    Love it!!! It looks like a stained glass window.

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    Nice Job!

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    Wow this is very pretty what a clever idea!

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    Awesome

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    I really love your window treatment, it is goreous. Did you line it? The sun really does a number on fabric in a short time. Even lining will not stop damage but will slow the process.

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