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Thread: One Block Wonder rough draft.

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    Junior Member Froggiey's Avatar
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    Any help would be appreciated.
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    VERY pretty love the colors!

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    You have clusters of color, it looks good. The colors are gorgeous. Aren't these fun

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    Can you post some of the original fabric? Your placement looks very nice. Distinct color groupings. Keep at it and don't get discouraged. It is looking beautiful.

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    I bought just enough fabric for six repeats at a quilt store and I am going back this weekend to get some more for the trim. I dont have a handfull of scraps. This is a lot of work. Probably my last one!
    Quote Originally Posted by spartan quilter
    Can you post some of the original fabric? Your placement looks very nice. Distinct color groupings. Keep at it and don't get discouraged. It is looking beautiful.

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    Your quilt is going to be stunning!

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    I think you are on the right track. Makes me think of coleus plants.

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    Looks pretty to me, like those colors.

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    You don't need any help at all. That's gorgeous! Love, love, love the colors!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Froggiey
    I bought just enough fabric for six repeats at a quilt store and I am going back this weekend to get some more for the trim. I dont have a handfull of scraps. This is a lot of work. Probably my last one!
    Quote Originally Posted by spartan quilter
    Can you post some of the original fabric? Your placement looks very nice. Distinct color groupings. Keep at it and don't get discouraged. It is looking beautiful.
    You don't need to do that if you don't want to, although it is nice to see the original fabric. Just choose a coordinating fabric and use that.

    Your arrangement is beautiful. No one but you can decide whether to stop arranging or not. My first one I arranged and rearranged for more than a week. After that, I rearranged once, maybe twice and let it be. You agonize over the first one the most, then it gets easier.

    And I would like to point out what you said about no waste. There was someone on another thread somewhere who didn't like OBW's and was telling all sorts of lies about wasted fabric.

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