Monday, September 18, 2017

1 panel=3 wall hangings-picture heavy

I stretched one panel into three wall hangings. 

1. Here is a scarecrow and apple cider sign that I framed with checkerboard and pinwheels. Also added some green sashing around them and finished off with a gold border. 
 Did you notice the real acorns laying beside it?  They keep falling like crazy on my deck, plink plink plink!

 Some cute diamonds in the gold border and Xing in the checkerboard with stippling in the apple cider sign.

 Isn't this just the cutest scarecrow you have ever seen?  An echo swirl so it looks like the wind blowing. 

A little continuous curve in the pinwheel with SID around all the blocks.


2.  Three little fall pictures with checkerboard and striped borders with a bigger green border all around.

A freehand allover loops and leaves make for quick but fun quilting.




3.  The last two pictures on this panel-The Harvest and the full scarecrow make up this third wall hanging.  Simple checkerboard and pinwheels set this little guy off nicely.  My version of McTavishing in the scarecrow panel itself.  


And would you look at that I forgot to quilt this little gold pinwheel-I'll get to that tomorrow! Hate when that happens:(


 I hope that I have given you some food for thought to get those panels out that are languishing in your closet, drawer or shelf and have some fun!!!


Linking with MCM,  Monday Making and Linky Tuesday

23 comments:

  1. They are all adorable! Thanks for sharing your ideas!

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  2. That checkerboard border is great! Wish I had a panel like that hiding in my closet. Great Job!

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  3. Hi Vicki,
    I love these panels and how you took one and split it up! You have given me food for thought. Congrats, too, on your win over at Susan's. How exciting! ~smile~ Roseanne

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  4. Very creative! Thanks for sharing.

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  5. They are very cute hangings. Bravo with your McTavishing! I'll have to give that a go sometime.

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  6. Thanks for sharing. Love how you split the panel. So cute.

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  7. When the panels are so cute, there is no such thing as too many pictures. Your quilting is exquisite!!!

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  8. Beautiful wall hangings Vicki and perfect for fall!

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  9. Gosh, you are such an inspiration, Vicki...I may copy your diamonds in that one border. I just sewed 2 borders on a really pretty panel & have no idea how to quilt it.
    http://www.equilter.com/product/234210/harvest-gathering-illuminated-bounty-black-24-x-44-panel

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  10. Very cute, would not mind having this panel. But then I don't have your imagination.

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  11. This is a cute little quilt. It is just perfect for fall!

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  12. You made the most from one panel. These are all very cute.

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  13. Beautiful! I love the smile on the scarecrow's face and they way you quilted it.

    -Soma

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  14. These wall hangings are adorable!!!

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  15. These are cute as can be, Vicki! Your added piecing and quilting really add a lot to the panel pieces. I bet these will sell really well for you!

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  16. Yummy, yummy!! They are so cute, and I love the quilting!

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  17. I love the colors!

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  18. Great job...love the quilting too!

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  19. I've been thinking about doing something with panels lately so was really happy to see yours. You've given me some great setting ideas.

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  20. what a great way to use a panel! I have a Thanksgiving one I need to pull out and get some things made with . . .

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  21. Such cute fall quilts. I love the close-ups of your quilting.

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