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Thread: Winter wall hanging using Thimbleberries panel

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    Here's a couple of pics of a wall hanging I did yesterday using a Thimbleberries panel called "Snow Fun". It measures 32" x 34". I really like the Thimbleberries panels and their vintage look. These are super easy to make, since the entire panel is printed and you just trim it to size, layer, and then quilt it and add hangers.
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    beautiful!

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    They are the cutest!

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    That is beautiful Eddie.. I saw some of those for sale at one of the online shops, but pic was really small and couldn't see it well.. Thanks.. really nice.

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    Great job Eddie! I love the vintage look of that panel. Like you hangers too...I might have to steal that idea from you.

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    Very nice.... I really like the way you did the stars and ribbons border.

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    very nice.

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    Love it! Great job on the free motion!

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    i love it!

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    I like it Eddie!! Did you applique the ribbons?

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    Love it and it looks like an old postcard or Christmas card.

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    Nice job Eddie, I love thimbleberries but didn't know they had panels.

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    Very Nice Eddie, thanks for sharing...now i am off to find those panels.

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    Fantastic job Eddie. Love the panel and color choices.

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    Hmmm, gonna look for some panels to decorate with next Christmas. Great idea, and great job, Eddie! :-D

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    Another nice job Eddie! Very festive!!

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    Vintage cute. Takes me back to when I was a kid.

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    What a bright and cheery Christmas panel. Great job.

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    Love your borders..........The wall hanging looks wonderful. If it needs a new home my home is available:)

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    Don't you have a hat like that snowman is wearing, eddie? LOL!

    I love your thimbleberries panel. All of the borders and cornerstones are on there already? Cool Beans! You are getting so good at that free motion quilting. your stitches look smooth and well spaced. I love it! Very cute eddie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedGarnet222
    Don't you have a hat like that snowman is wearing, eddie? LOL!

    I love your thimbleberries panel. All of the borders and cornerstones are on there already? Cool Beans! You are getting so good at that free motion quilting. your stitches look smooth and well spaced. I love it! Very cute eddie.
    Yes, the whole thing is one big panel so all you have to do is trim the panel to size and then quilt it. No piecing required! :D

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    That is beautiful.

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    Looks great Eddie!!!

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    I really love the stars & ribbon; were they part of the panel, too?

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    This is to cute.
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