Got Panels?

October 22, 2015

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You lock eyes.  You fall in love. 

You take it home to meet the family. 

You can’t figure out what the heck to do with it. 

 

2015-10-21 13.52.52You beat yourself up a bit for your impulse purchase. 

You stash it. 

You never see it again until you clean your sewing room…does that even happen?   

2015-10-21 13.53.07Again, you say, “Why did I buy this?”  It’s a vicious cycle, and we would like to help you end it!

Does this awful scenario sound familiar to you?  If so, go now…dig it out! 

2015-10-21 13.53.59While you’re digging, grab 6 coordinating fabrics.  We have great ideas for all those panels that you just couldn’t pass up! 

Each of these panel quilts is made from one panel and 6 coordinating fat quarters.  We have kits available, but no doubt, you probably have something similar in your beloved stash! 

2015-10-21 13.54.21These panel quilts are show stoppers, yet quick and easy!  Just add the borders of your choice! 

THE PERFECT idea for a quick gift or to spruce up your décor for the seasons or holidays! 

Also, they are a super way to perfect your machine quilting skills! Have you made a panel quilt? Show us a picture in the comments section – we’d love to see! 

 

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