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Thread: Black & White Beauty top done! Now.....?

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    Love the black & white!!
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    Nice job! Black and white is so stunning.

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    The quilt is beautiful. I think the leafy design would blend in nicely
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    love the quilt and the piecing, please do not over-quilt taking away from all your work. The quilt becomes still and only for looks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by paulswalia View Post
    ... LOVE your quilt - you've made what could otherwise be a stark black and white into a warm and inviting quilt.
    my sentiments, as well
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    Your quilt is lovely! I have done some fmq on my home machine. Sometimes it was fun and I was pleased. Sometimes it was hard and I was tired and frustrated. But when I complete it I feel quite satisfied. And I have a lot to learn yet. I don't practice. I just go for it. Good luck!

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    Very pretty quilt, and I think your vine design would look fine.

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    very pretty quilt!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nunnyJo View Post
    love the quilt and the piecing, please do not over-quilt taking away from all your work. The quilt becomes still and only for looks.
    My feelings with all of my quilts, nunny! OK - leaves on the outside of the curve or inside? Will have to play with that!
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    Alright! We all seem to like the leafy vine design (Oh, goody!) Now here a 2 options - leaves on the outside curve or the inside curve?
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    Outside makes design wider because I don't think I want another "cross" vine in the block. Think I like it best!

    And leaves - 1 up, 1 down or both in same direction changing per row?
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