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Thread: Help me decide

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    This is my first time to post pictures. Hope it works. I took pictures of my fabric, and used EQ6 to come up with these two versions. Which one do you like best?
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    These show the fabrics better
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    Oops, posted wrong one, and I forgot to resize it. I'll stop now. :oops:

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    I like the 2d one

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    I like the bottom one!! That's cool how you can put your fabrics into the design before you make it!! Wow.

    I just changed my answer becasue I think the colors switched around? I like the one with the green--and daisies. :wink:

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    I vote for two. More restful to the eye.

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    I need to think about this EQ6 thing a ma bob thingy. hmmmmmm.........

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    I vote for the top version. I love it. I find the second version a little too bland. I like your choice of fabrics. :D

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    I haven't used it very much, but when I do, it's a lot of fun.

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    I'm partial to blue . . . so #2 if you're making it for me. :lol:

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    that's hard to decide as they're both great. ummmm :?: i guess the first one

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    For me I like the 2nd one, it picks up the pretty blue background fabric,
    Really nice. Elle

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    I like the second one as I too am partial to blue. Either one will look great finished into a quilt. Be sure to tell us which one you decide on and don't forget to post pics of your progress. Thanks for sharing.

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    I like the bottom one better. It looks more balanced.

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    Sorry, I realized I posted the wrong one. So, I tried to fix it, and can't seem to get them in order. I remember which one most of you liked though. Thanks for all your input.

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    I like the 2nd one :D :D No, the first one :D :D Can you make them both??????? Both are pretty, I can't decide!!!! :D :D

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    I like the top one because the blue in the lattice picks up the blue in the block.

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    I like the first one.

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    I like the ones marked Quilt Block #4 & #5

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    I need to think about this EQ6 thing a ma bob thingy. hmmmmmm.........
    Yep, I needed to investigate a little further myself. Looks like a great tool and fun, too! http://www.electricquilt.com/Shop/EQ6/EQ6D.asp

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    Sunflower:

    You are right about it being more balanced. I think that is the one I will do. Thanks everyone for your input.

    P.S. I switched the pictures and can't fix it. :oops:

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    I like the first one :)

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    I like the one with the green and yellow in outer squares, blue center

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    Both are lovely however my choice would be to go with the first. Good luck which ever one you choose - would love to see the end result please.

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    I really like the first one. The colors just jump out at you.

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