These are gorgeous fabrics...
I really like the blue fabric in the larger blocks.
I prefer the layout that has more of the blues along the top row, I think it looks more balanced.
I'm with Azjune , I like the blues along the top row. This is really interesting fabric with such nice color variances...love how you're using it!
Thanks--I think you're both picking up on what wasn't jazzing me. With the two big blue blocks, it's hard to do the colorwash affect without those sticking out like a sore thumb. I'll play with another layout tonight.
I love the softness of this. I like the 2nd picture's layout. It just makes me feel like I'l looking at a soft watercolor. It would call out from any bed to come take a nap.
Ok if the new one is the one I think it is...I do like it better...the flow is much more even and I agree with Terryt1955 it looks like a lovely watercolor picture...
It is hard to know which photo is first, second or third, but I think I can tell which is the new one and that is the one I like best. It looks like it is what you were describing as your goal, more of a color wash effect. Very pretty!
Sandyquiltz this does nothing to help right now but for all of us in future when we want to show 2 different options we should number them with an index card or something when we take picture and that will help us!
I think I know which is the new one (captioning would be awesome...thanks Rebecca !!)...and yes, I like that a lot. Definitely feels like a watercolor painting...
Funny True !.I'm okay with using the great idea of using an index card.Probably because I'm still trying to figure out other features. Printing on a card I can do.
I've now uploaded the completed top. That photo is easy to find--it's the one with my husband holding it!
Great quilt. Your color placement is beautiful!
Oh I love this it turned out just beautiful! And love the dog...and the "term" portable quilt holders!"
For captioning, if Alex doesn't implement it, or takes a while (and goodness knows he's busy enough), you could always open the image in Paint or any other image editing programme and add text there, so the caption would be embedded in the image.
Lovely quilt, very sophisticated looking. It reminds me of Roman tiles.
This turned out beautifully! I love the "soft" feel of the colors in this quilt (and your dog - LOL - love the facial expression!!!).