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Tell me if you've done this already! I love the idea - I'm always looking at fabric panels.

Attic Window Snowman Scene: http://quiltinspiration.blogsp...2_12_01_archive.html
 
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Great site and good instructions. Thanks for sharing.
amiko
 
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I loved that snowman panel and it looks so good this way.

Thanks for posting the link... Chris
 
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very interesting! Thanks for posting.
 
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Dreamy..Beautiful..Doable!
http://www.ttfabrics.com/proje...-window-on-the-east/

I can't start another project before I get my sister's place-mats done, but! As I planned out the place-mats, I was examining my Burda #8125 pattern for place-mats - it has a mitered border which reminded me of Attic Windows... that is what led me to this topic. Smile

Lots of prints out there to consider! I saw a Christm@s tree panel yesterday that would make a pretty wall-hanging.


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I've seen the technique but have not done it. I do like it a lot...


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Wow, there are some really creative minds out there. The quilts are beautiful.
 
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I made an attic window using a Moda Woodland panel years ago. It worked very well.
 
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like it
 
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how did you get the directions? I just get the pictures
 
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The Pattern for the Window on the East, seen on Timeless Treasure is here (for $9): http://quiltwoman.com/window-o...t-quilt-pattern.aspx

While looking up Attic Window patterns, I found one on HGTV: http://www.hgtv.com/crafting/a...hree-ways/index.html
 
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Cool looking technique...don't think I have a panel though to try it! Supposed to be finishing hanging blinds...
 
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