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Thread: Need advice on this "watercolor" quilt

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    Leave it the way it is, more natural looking, as if there was a bit of "dust" refracting the sunbeam.
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    My first time to see this type of quilt. It is absolutely beautiful. Good job.

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    I think you've done a wonderful job with this! I would try concentrating the yellows at the top and fading down, and see how that looks.
    Lisa

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    Very pretty and I think the yellow looks great where it is. I agree-it looks like a stream of sunshine showing through to the critters.

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    just love it, so cute! if you wanted more yellow in places you could quilt with different shades of yellow thread? but having said that i love it just the way it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bj View Post
    I think the yellow is like a shaft of sunlight breaking through to the forest floor. I like it just as it is. It's gonna be beautiful!
    I totally agree...it's going to be wonderful as is.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    I can't give you advice. Your project is fantastic!!! I do like the idea of taking the pictures and looking at them after a day or so and comparing the effects. It is going to be beautiful.

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    I like the yellow and white the way they are. The whole top is so peaceful and restful. It's going to be a beautiful quilt!

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    It is perfect just the way it is and your bunnies are adorable as well as a great addition.
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