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Thread: Salvaging a mistake

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    Super Member jljack's Avatar
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    I think it's great. I have this pattern too, but haven't made it yet. I love it. And I think you alternative plan is great.

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    Nice job. I love "salvaging" a mistake.

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    Didn't Eddie just recently post a picture of his?

    I think the random looks fine, I had to look for the matching fabric in the first one.

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    I'm not much help as I can't see a big lot of difference. They both look great.

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    i guess i'm not gonaa be much help , but i like both

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    I say stay with your original plan;no one will notice any lack of enough color for some of the stars. Besides, it will give new definition to stretched stars! A happy error for sure! :thumbup:

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    Love both, but the second is my favorite!

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