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    I really like it too-you might consider a small red border to bring out that color more! Keep going on it cause it changes more as you add to it!!

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    I think it looks great...can't wait to see it completed.

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    Looking good so far! Pretty fabrics, and nice block pattern. Please show us pics when you have it together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sak658 View Post
    Are you going to put anymore little black squares like the one that is on the second row..if not I would take that one out..or put one in each of the blocks like the one that it's in...the rest looks lovely...
    I totally agree with this!!!!!
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    I think it looks great!! Get sewing!!
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    Looks great! Keep on going.

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    Looks great.

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    I like the black square and the stars, but the little black setting triangles (in and around the scappy squares on point) are jumping out at me a little- are you going for a random look with them? I suggest they need some more balance. Overall, lovely look!
    Quote Originally Posted by fien777 View Post
    I totally agree with this!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by noveltyjunkie View Post
    I like the black square and the stars, but the little black setting triangles (in and around the scappy squares on point) are jumping out at me a little- are you going for a random look with them? I suggest they need some more balance. Overall, lovely look!
    I agree with this and the others who remarked on the little black triangles. I think you either need more to balance it out or none at all. I like the block with the little black squares, I think it adds a nice element to the quilt.
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