Friday, 27 May 2011

Now what?

Good question!
I have had a lovely time constructing this panel using paper piecing. Now, what to do with it?!

30 comments:

  1. I always love to see what your creating.......gorgeous........

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  2. Looks like a perfect table runner!

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  3. Looks stunning! Can't wait to see what it becomes.

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  4. Very pretty! If those done small enough these would be awesome as embellishment on a linen bag/purse. I also see a picket fence with the hexies as flowers peeking over the top--add some embroidery touches and voila! A wall hanging.

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  5. I totally agree with Sew Sane Jane!! It would make the perfect table runner:)!!

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  6. Make lots more? Very pretty Ros

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  7. I agree, it would make a fabulous table runner!

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  8. Put something..a fabric maybe..under it to emphasise those georgeous little diamond shapes that have appeared and to frame the other fabrics used??

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  9. yep, table runner as that's what I thought it was before I read the comment

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  10. I'm thinking table runner... not too inventive I know! Love the fabrics.

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  11. Looks like paper lanterns blowing in the wind...much prettier than real ones...
    hugs Dawn x x x

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  12. Soo Pretty Love it so far..
    cheers

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  13. LOVE-LY! It would make a pretty border!

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  14. ..ora a long and tight polystirene picutre-board to stick on photos with drawing pin!

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  15. A table runner sounds good, but I'd hate for it to get sloppy milk on it like on my table. I like the idea of putting perhaps a black behind to show up the shapes, and then making it into a wall hanging banner type thing. It looks fantastic. I'll be interested to see what you decide to do with it.

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  16. Bag, tablerunner, bed runner...all would be stunning.

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  17. I see a quilt. It caught my eye at first because it is off center in the picture and think it would be really cool as a quilt with it running down one side of the quilt. Maybe a solid, white background? Stepping out of the box it can be so much more than a table runner. I love the colors and patterns you put together. What a great job!

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  18. Put lace behind the open diamonds

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  19. It's beautiful just as it is Ros.... actually it would make a lovely runner on my table??? lol

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  20. Ho .... you can put it on my mail box ;-)

    sorry but my english is not very good ^_^

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  21. Oh, it's so pretty! Can't wait to see what you decide to do with it....

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  22. Beautiful. I thought it was done LOL I see others agree. Find a way to back it, leaving the open areas open and use it for a table runner. I can see it on a glass top table.

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  23. I just found your blog today spent all afternoon browsing and enjoying your wonderful projects! I love your quilts and your bags! I'd call myself a beginner, and your blog is very inspiring! It's been years since I embroidered anything and I am so inspired right now! Love it!

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  24. I love love love it. Do you have the pattern piece for the middle at least to share? I want it, thinking about doing it for a new Mommy to be dresser scarf. Thanks for sharing with us.

    Hugs,
    Vicki R
    sunraesban@yahoo.com

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  25. I think it will be a pretty bed header, on some nice solid background fabric, specially for a girl/guest room.

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  26. Beautiful! Like many others I think it will make a beautiful table runner. Look forward to see what you do next!

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