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Thread: Two in a row, too much?

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    I like them very much.

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    They are both so beautiful. I am drawn to the top one though.

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    Very beautiful

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    I like the colors in the first one the best. I always do one project at a time.

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    Both are beautiful, but I like the first one better.??? I think maybe it's the colors.

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    Both are lovely but I know what you mean. I made a pair for twin beds..the first was so much fun..the second was a chore. I felt like I was being punished!

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    definitely the first one,I know how you feel about making more than one of any thing.I designed a quilt i called my sisters quilt.I made three of them,one for my sister,one for my mother,and one for my daughter.I was so tired of it I couldn't make myself one. LOL

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    I like them both but the first one will look better on my couch thank you. :mrgreen:

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    I like the first one - rich beautiful colors.

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    Both quilts are beautiful. I so understand though how you feel. I get a rush doing the first of anything but making more than one loses its luster very quickly. My DH says I have a mind for design not production. Explains why I have a very difficult time making things for craft shows and such.

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    Very beautiful, yes, I have been there.

    I believe with the first one it's the anticipation of seeing the finished project but once you have accomplished that, the 2nd is a little boring,( in other words the frenzy/anticipation is gone ).

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    I think they are both beautiful.

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    The first one has a slight edge ahead for me, but I dearly admire both. What a gift you have to be able to make such treasures!

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    Both quilts are gorgeous, but I'm particular to blues so have to say the second one is my favorite of the two.

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    Beautiful. I love them both.

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    number one has my vote, but I like them both. Great job!

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    Love the first one, the colors just draw you in for a closer look!

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    both are beautiful

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    Awsome!! Love the pattern style!

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    VEry, very nice

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    Absolutely awesome . . . .both of them. So, so pretty.

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    Both are beautiful, my favorite is the first one.

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    Both are beautiful, but my choice is the first one. Thanks for sharing

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    I like them both, but if I had to chouse I pick #1

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    Both quilts are awesome. I would hate to say I like one color scheme better than the other as I like red and blue. I know what you mean that you possibly need more than one project going at any one time. I have 4 ufo quilts, several crochet projects, sewing projects and cross stitch projects all unfinished. Some day I will get them all done. Jeanniebelle

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