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Thread: The FWS Quilt-Along Photo Page for the First 25 Completed Blocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by JeanieG
    Well everyone, I've had a terrible time deciding on the sashing strips. I have two photos below, one with the light tan and one with the darker tan as possibilities. I'm not really fond of either of them. I got a small print from the selection, but did not like it at all. What do you think of the red that is in the blocks??? I just don't know...anyway please give me your thoughts.
    The darker one looks great, and I think the red print cornerstones would be just what the quilt wants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagny
    Quote Originally Posted by JeanieG
    Well everyone, I've had a terrible time deciding on the sashing strips. I have two photos below, one with the light tan and one with the darker tan as possibilities. I'm not really fond of either of them. I got a small print from the selection, but did not like it at all. What do you think of the red that is in the blocks??? I just don't know...anyway please give me your thoughts.
    The darker one looks great, and I think the red print cornerstones would be just what the quilt wants.
    Right on Dagny and JeanieG why not give the red cornerstones a try and I'm sure it will brighten up the tans. Belles

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    Hi Jeanie, I like the darker better. Anne

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    Jeanie, I prefer the darker beige. My thought (I have those sometimes :)) is that red, as in your blocks 15 and 16, cornerstones would work really well.

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    I vote for the darker fabric, it lifts the block (if that makes sense)

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    My recollection is that one of the fabrics in this line is a black background with small brown details. That one might make a good cornerstone also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dagny
    My recollection is that one of the fabrics in this line is a black background with small brown details. That one might make a good cornerstone also.
    You might be right Dagny. The fabric is a very dark navy (that photographs black) with a similar color brown squiggly circle. Thanks for the suggestion.

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    Here are my first 25 with my sashing and cornerstone fabrics. The cornerstone color is reading black in the picture, but is actually a deep green.
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    Oh Cornie that is beautiful!

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    Your blocks are beautiful - love your color choices

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