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    what colors should I use for corners, this material has a lighter back ground then shown here this will be a wedding ring quilt for my DD. Suggestions please?
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    I am not following what you are asking
    colours for the corners?????

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    are there other colors? are you some how making a wedding ring quilt with just a black & white fabric? don't quite understand what you are asking---what corners??? did you mean to show us something other than a piece of b & w fabric???
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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl View Post
    are there other colors? are you some how making a wedding ring quilt with just a black & white fabric? don't quite understand what you are asking---what corners??? did you mean to show us something other than a piece of b & w fabric???
    On a wedding ring pattern the last block comes together making a four patch, sorry I hope this helps.
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    Double Wedding Ring Quilt If That Helps? The black fabric will be the arches.
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    Red by all means.

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    you can do red, yellow, blue, green, etc. what colors do the intended receipients like?
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    She likes burgandy and hunter green, should they be a print similar to the black frabric or solid? Everyone on here gives so much good advice, I just thought I'd get some opinions.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sassy granny View Post
    Red by all means.

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    I totally agree, Red.
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    Seems all B&W quilts have red with them. I would like to see another color. Just my opinion.
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    Hot pink would be great!
    Have a great day sewing and remember to "not sweat the small stuff"!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by dakotamaid View Post
    Hot pink would be great!
    That would be my vote, too. And I think I'd go with either a solid or a tonal.
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    burgundy, since she likes it, would work as well as red. imho

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    Bright lime green is a popular color with the younger people

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    Just lovely fabrid, I would go with red and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
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    Quote Originally Posted by Blinkokr View Post
    Just lovely fabrid, I would go with red and thank you for sharing.
    Have a Blessed day
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    Thank you!
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    My vote is hot pink!

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    A yellow would be nice

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