Simple Snowflake Panto 2

Digital Quilting Design Simple Snowflake 2 Panto by Karen Thompson.


 
Price: $15.00
Stitch Height: 2" - 7"
Designer: Karen Thompson
GPF added? Yes

Description Included Files
 
  • The suggested stitch height for Simple Snowflake Panto 2 is 2" - 7".
  • Simple Snowflake Panto 2  was designed by Karen Thompson.
  • Offset every other row.
  • This product is a digital download and includes all stitch formats needed for computerized longarm quilting.

Average Rating: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 4 Write a review »

  1 of 1 people found this review helpful:
 
Simple snowflake panto 2 January 10, 2019
Reviewer: Leslie from MA United States  
I used this design in pro stitcher premium on a small wall hanging.  It looks great!  I sized it and repeated the design as needed.  I used wrap to offset every other row like the picture.  Then I closed the vertical gap and did a few more repeats.  I wanted the design to go vertically not horizontally though, so I loaded my quilt sideways so that when i took it off the frame it looks like it was sewn top to bottom.  It looks more like snow falling.

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Pattern not as pictured December 6, 2018
Reviewer: Crafty Creations - Theresa Williams from West Branch, MI United States  
This pattern does not have the alternating snowflakes as it looks in the picture.  Very disappointed.

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Simple Snowflake December 3, 2018
Reviewer: Janine Porter from Morgan, UT United States  
This snowflake is a simple design and looks really good on the quilt I just finished.

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simple Snowflake Panto 2 May 30, 2017
Reviewer: Shirley Anderson from Peace River, AB Canada  
Purchased this for a Frozen quilt I am doing. I don't think I'm going to use it on this one though but rather on some tree skirts I have to make.
I like your site and find it easy to search for specific patterns. You have some unique ones and i keep a file of both future ones i could see using and those i have bought already. I am making a lot of tree skirts this year, so 22.5 degree wedges are proving a little harder to find. So i look at a lot whole cloth patterns. I do mostly custom work, so i look at patterns i can adapt for what i need.
The time i spend on each quilt is my choice and I never charge what i should for it. The finished product is worth every minute!
My only suggestion would be to provide more corners and borders in one pattern rather than two separate patterns and perhaps some tips on using them because they don't always connect properly.i spend a lot of time making things perfect because my standard and quality is high.

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