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Thread: Question Leave or undo

  1. #176
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    Ohhh. I like!

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    Looks fine, but if it is just one seam to undo and place the two bottom sections on top, I might be tempted to fix it :). But I think it looks just fine as is.

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    WOW!! I love your quilt!!!! The only thing I would change is your pattern to my hands!!! Fabulous work!!!

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    Leave it as it looks fine and it your creation

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    If you hadn't told me I would have never known it.
    Leave it.
    It's your's to decide. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    IMHO I would keep it just as it is. If you personally can't accept it as is, then alter it. I love it. Until you said about it I saw nothing wrong at all. It's great. Must have been fun to do. I won 12 School House Blocks at my group a long time ago but have still not made them into a quilt. Your trees have given me some ideas to work on. Thanks for sharing.

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    Why change it? I think it looks great :thumbup:

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    If anyone ask just tell them that is where you lived when you were little in the green house.

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    You don't really need my input by now, but I agree with those who say "leave it" because it's really pretty as is. Just invoke the Amish rule and enjoy the beauty of it the way it looks now.

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    I, too, vote leave it! It's awsome!!

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    You don't really want it like everyone elses do you?

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    I would leave it, it makes it your quilt and not like everyone elses.

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    Only you would know. Looks great. Nice work.

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    looks good to me

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    Leave it the way it is. It looks great.

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    I think it's perfect and I would not have know you placed it wrong.

    I would keep it.

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    leave it. no one knows but you

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    I would leave. It's wonderful. We (co-workers) are making this quilt for a raffle for 'Relay for Life', American Cancer Society. It will fit nicely with the theme.

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    Sometimes mistakes come out the best....love it!

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    One would never know if you do not tell. I would leave it like it is. Very refreshing and so neatly done. There is something special about houses.

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    It looks balanced. I would say it's nearly finished.

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    It looks balanced. All it needs is borders.

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    Looks perfect.

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    Jumping in to discussion late (have been out of town), but do like the smaller buildings at the top of the quilt. With the buildings at the bottom appearing larger, the smaller ones at the top gives the impression of distance. Also, as mentioned, it does appear as if you have a "town square".

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    who knows? it is lovely.

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