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Thread: The newest variations of my blocks

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    The newest variations of my blocks

    My previous variations on this link:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t186157-3.html
    I made some new blocks, and did new other versions...difficult choice...
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    I like the first one the best!

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    I vote for #1. they are pretty. m

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    I say add them all together and call it the ribbon quilt. JMHO
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    #1 for me. I love that effect. That would make a great border on a quilt.
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    I like #2 because:

    a. there is no defined 'up' or 'down' when it lays on a bed

    b. it won't matter how many 'rows' you use because the # of rows will balance themselves out.

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    I like # 1 the best most pleasing

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    #2 for the reasons Mom3 stated.
    Whatever you decide it will be a beautiful quilt(s)
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    i like 1 the best but they are all nice
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    # 3 would be my choice....I love the simple woven ribbon look of it.
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    Number three is my favorite for it's open airy look, nice for summer.

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    I like #3 also.
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    I'm drawn to number 1 the most. I like the movement going on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by valleyquiltermo View Post
    I say add them all together and call it the ribbon quilt. JMHO
    That's my vote, too. They're beautiful!
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    Number 3 is my favorite.

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    I like Number three because it gives the eye some flow. When I imagine it on a bed in a larger piece I think that effect will look nice. The colours are pretty and whatever you choose will be good.
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    I like number 2. Good luck.

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    I vote for #1-maybe becuse I love scrappy!

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    #1 has the most contrast so I like that one best!

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    I like #2.

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    Wow, I am torn between 1 and 3. Tough decision. I think I would go with 3, as I like the connected look better, just a little bit.

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    My vote is for #3. Sandy 64

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    I love the look of #3.
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    #3 is the winner for me!
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    I am drawn to #3.

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