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Thread: enough contrast?

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    Junior Member bisbetica's Avatar
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    Is there enough contrast in this?
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    Ohhhhh.. I love it..
    That's one of those that is more about blending than contrast I think... and you've hit the nail right on the head.

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    Very pretty. Maybe an inner border to frame the wolves. I think it would make them stand out. I was just using the same fabric last night for an octagon table topper.

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    I think it turned out very nice!

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    Good job, keep up the good work :thumbup:

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    Oh, it's LOVELY!!! I think you've got a winner there!

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    Love the wolf print in the center but the borders seem to distract it for me.Can you arrange the blocks to make a pattern?

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    Looks like a frosty full-moon night to me, interesting!
    Nice!
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    Looks good.

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    Given the particular panel you're using, I think your border and blocks are just perfect. Any more contrast would detract IMO.

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    I love it !

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    Perfect! What you have goes well with your panel! Excellent!

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    Great job!!

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    I think it looks great!

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    Yes! Good contrast! You've done well so far! Thanks for sharing!

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    It looks great so far :!: Now as far as contrast, do want the wolf to stand? If you put a border around it the wolf . If not it is perfect now. It is up to you. You are the one who will have to dicieded. Now that said I love the way it is now. Your eyes rest on the hold quilt, not just the wolf. Please if you even think that you want a contrast put strips around it and see if that the look you are wanting. :?

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    That's beautiful!! And just the way it is :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippy
    Ohhhhh.. I love it..
    That's one of those that is more about blending than contrast I think... and you've hit the nail right on the head.
    I agree...you are right on!

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    It's perfect! I think that is going to be a BEAUTIFUL quilt!

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    I think that it's perfect!! You did a wonderful job! The center panel is the focus point, it's not being distracted by the smaller blocks.

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    Looks great to me! :)

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    It's going to be outstanding just the way you've laid it out! You've blended the colors beautifully. I'll be happy to see your finished quilt.

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    not hardly>>>>>grins you have itjust right

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA
    Looks like a frosty full-moon night to me, interesting!
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    Jan in VA
    I agree. It looks cool, crisp and tranquil. A perfect winter night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mary O
    Love the wolf print in the center but the borders seem to distract it for me.Can you arrange the blocks to make a pattern?
    If you look closely you will see there is a pattern!
    I like it! :thumbup: :-D

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