Can you picture the swirling colors of oil based paints floating on the surface of the water? It’s just ready to lay a piece of paper or fabric on the surface to collect the spontaneous design. That’s what I thought of while drawing this swirly, and very versatile design. It will become one of your favorites. It’s already one of mine! I recommend sliding the pattern for alternate rows although it can be rolled straight down.
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Susan White –
Ilove this panto; it’s not difficult to do but it looks complicated.
Betty Larum –
Looks like a great pattern to show movement on the quilt. Would work very well with the new modern styles that are being done right now.
I love the curves in this panto. The feathers are just large enough without being tight.
bluedove (verified owner) –
I just ordered this panto. It looks easy for me to use as a new panto quilter.
Gayle Faraday –
I love this panto have a very interesting look not boring at all.