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Thread: update on dizzy quilt

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    update on dizzy quilt

    Okay, this is still on my design wall in many pieces, but you can get a "sort of" idea of what it might end up looking like. I still have to sew the blue triangles on, sew the rows together, and decide on borders, but it doesn't make me quite as dizzy now. I think there is hope for it, and I think I will like it.

    What do you think? Does it still make you dizzy?

    Dina
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    I think once you get the borders on, it will tame down all the squares and really quite lovely...not that it isn't now but borders will help.
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    Thank, I was hoping someone else would think it would look tamer when the borders are on it! It already looks tamer than it did two days ago.

    Dina

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    Dina, the borders really make a difference for me. Love 2 color quilts and love your pattern but yes, the before made me dizzy too.
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    I think so too.
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    I was dizzy before I looked at your quilt. I like it!

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    I think it is beautiful. It is quite cheerful. You did a great job!!

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    I think it looks great! I am really liking 2 plain (no pattern fabric) coloured quilts ever since seeing the red and white exhibit. Yours is going to look super!

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    I still love it !
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    I think it looks great! I am really liking 2 plain (no pattern fabric) coloured quilts ever since seeing the red and white exhibit. Yours is going to look super!
    Yes, I loved the red and white exhibit too. In fact, I almost went with red and white, but I really don't trust red yet. (I am fairly new to quilting.)

    Dina

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