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Thread: I need your thoughts about which design looks best.

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    i've always admired bow ties, so #3 is great. but, for some reason, i like #1 the best.

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    I like one and three, because it is different.

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    I like #1 but I really want to vote for #2 because more red it seems. All of them are beautiful. WIll have to follow and see what you choose. Thanks for trusting us in this decision. LOL. YOu are gettting plenty of votes

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    I like #1 but I really want to vote for #2 because more red it seems. All of them are beautiful. WIll have to follow and see what you choose. Thanks for trusting us in this decision. LOL. YOu are gettting plenty of votes

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    I like the first one best

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    #1 - There's LOTS of room for a really neat quilting design in those large tan areas.

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    1 or 2

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    No. 1 for a bed sized quilt with some beautiful quilting in the open areas.

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    #1 definitely

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    That is a tough one, but I think I like #3 with #1 a very close second.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hopetoquilt
    so funny... I love #1 and #2 is nice but I really don't care for #3. Looks like I am in the minority here...
    Ditto!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Julie in WA
    I like #2 the best. But for a king size quilt, I think I would go with #1 and then do a lovely quilt design in each of the large plain squares.
    That would be my thinking. Of course, I love snowballs anyway. I am not especially fond of the diagonality of bowties, although switching directions every other row counteracts that. I have also seen attractive X patterns of bow ties, using 4 blocks to make a larger unit.

    The bottom line, however, is that YOU have to like the results.

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    I like the bow tie look with each row going the opposite direction. If you are going to put flannel on the back or you could use fleece if you are not putting it in a show, this would be warm enough and not heavy to sleep under. If you feel you still need batting have you tried the Warm & Natural that is all I have used for the past few years. The coloring is beautiful and red sets it all off.

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    I like them all, but #1 would be really fun to play with quilting patterns.

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    1. The others are very angular and I think a cuddly quilt needs to be softly pieced.

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    the 2nd one appeals to me most.

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