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Thread: Two in a row, too much?

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    I agree!
    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    both are wonderful:)

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    I ended up with a duplicate. Sorry

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    They are both beautiful, but I prefer the colors in the first one.

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    Both are great, but with being in the winter hibernation mode still, you can guess which one I am attrached to --today. But keep the other one handy for tomorrow--hopefully. Good job!

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    great work like the second one

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    Both are pretty, but I like the first one bestest.

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    I like them both. The color selection changes the whole feel of the quilt, but each one's a keeper!

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    I like both...the first has depth and the second is cheerful.

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    Both are beautiful but I like the second one best.

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    love them both, but first one the best

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    They are both striking, and beautifully pieced. I like the blue one, but that's my taste, I love blues and greens.

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    They are both great. The same thing happened to me when i made Triple Play by Jinny Beyer. I loved how it turned out, it was a challenge but fun so when i got done, I started cutting pieces for a few more because I thought i should make them for my kids and I cut most of it out but never went back to finish it. I guess we need more variety so it stays "Fun" and doesn't become a mass production "job." Your quilts are beautiful.

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    I love them both, but the second one is probably my favorite. Green is my favorite color, and I see there is light green in there :-)

    I understand about needing to do more than one project at a time, or needing more variety. I made a Simple Irish Chain (very basic Carol Doak pattern) and thought about making another one since it was pretty and easy, but I decided against it because I think I would get bored. I always want to push my next project a little further than the last. It keeps my interest peaked and builds on my skill bank.

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    Hard to pick a favorite, both are lovely.

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    Both of them are beautiful but I like the colors in the first one best as they are colors in my home and what I wear most of the time. GOOD JOB!!! Now you can come on to my house and teach me how too quilt!!!! :wink: :lol: :-( :thumbup:

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    Both are beautiful !!

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    I always have more then one WIP

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    gorgeous!

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    I have wanted to do Ginny Beyer's Moonglow----I think that's what it's called. I'm just afraid it won't be as beautiful as the picture on the website. You have encouraged me. Top colors attract me, but they are both beautiful.

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    Number one. But number two is pretty also. The cure for two in a row is to have multiple projects :-D Helps relieve the boredom.

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    Both are beautiful. The first one is in my color scheme. Great job. :thumbup:

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    Love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by atvrider
    I love them!! I can't wait to do my 2nd one in teal.
    Did you make the one in your avatar? It is the full size, lovely.Rita

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmapco837
    Love them both blue is my favorite color. Is that the name of the fabric you used?
    Kinabalu is the name of the pattern design, Jinny Beyer is the designer came from a McCall book I think( but could have been a mag. my friend gave me a photocopy of the pattern. the fabric I used was mostly from Joanns. a few coordinating from LQS Thanks for looking. Rita

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    Quote Originally Posted by GramaLaura
    oh my goodness......both are beautiful! What will you do with them?
    Made for my daughters, each picked color catagory. Rita

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