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Thread: Which one do you like

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    Need help to decide. Which of the two do you like or is there something you would change to make one or the other better...I haven't decided if I will add the lettering or not...will decide that when I finish making it..This is just in the design stage...Want to have it complete before we leave for Hawaii for a month in January as we will be there still on Valentine day....so want to give this to my partner
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    I like the first one. The muted tones work well behind the Love you! Looks like fun!

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    I like the first one.

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    I like the first one best.

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    I like the higher contrast of the second.

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    It is only my opinion but I think the first one makes the "I Love You" pop more. In the 2nd pic, the white pops most. Anxious to see which you choose. It is your quilt & you know the person you are making it for.

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    First one.

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    In the first one you can see the I love you but in the second one all you see is the white squares.

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    I like the all blue pallet in the first. Maybe you can make the words in blue, too, and make them kind of peek out? Just a thought- it would be a little more subtle.

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    I really like the first one too. Great design :D:D:D

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    I vote for the first one.

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    I like the first one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    I like the first one. The muted tones work well behind the Love you! Looks like fun!
    I like the 1st one too. The white is nice but it interfers with the lettering. Nice colors!

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    I like the first one also

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    The 1st one is easier to see the "I love you"...good luck! :D

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    First one. :D

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    The first one with the gray, definitely. It will be beautiful!

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    #1 does it for me. It's softer.

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    Great design.. I like them both but prefer the first one..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    I like the first one. The muted tones work well behind the Love you! Looks like fun!
    DITTO!

    Kyia

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    I like the second one best. Not sure I would put the "Love You" message on it, though, as it just looks funny to me. Having said that, I am 'color challenged' and have double vision, so I probably don't see either configuration the way anyone else sees them!

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    First one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    I like the first one. The muted tones work well behind the Love you! Looks like fun!
    Definitely the first one

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    I think the first one shows the letter many times better....

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