Friday, February 4, 2011

Update!!! Decision on the MQ

First of all, I'd like to thank you all.

While reading your comments, I smiled as everything you said had come to my mind at one point or another! Like most of you, I think that the bunny on the left would have been a good solution!

Yet, I like the bottom row big cottage when it is in the middle (like some of you).

A few others dared to say more or less directly : "Well, David!!!! Rip it out and do it again!" That cracked me up!!! I couldn't resolve to do it again... and that's why I didn't mention this possibility but I am happy you did talk about it in the comments.

So after much thinking, smiling when reading your comments and feeling support and enthusiasm from such a nice community of quilters and stitchers, I unpicked and stitched the third row again until very late at night...

And guess what!!! I'm glad I did ;-)



What's more ? I am also very happy that a year ago, I started this blog and, since then, have met nice, sincere and helpful people that makes me feel being part of this thread and needle community.
Thank you VERY MUCH ;-)))
Until later,

14 comments:

  1. Yes, David, the staggered placement of the houses looks just perfect!

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  2. Well done David, excellent placement! Just brilliant. I also had a laugh reading some of the comments, what a lovely group of quilters and stitchers! Have a great weekend.

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  3. Waouh, c'est splendide, l'agencement est vraiment parfait ! Quels talents...
    Bisxxx

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  4. Good job! It looks wonderful and kudos for going with the gut feeling it always works best. Mary

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  5. So you did listen to me then David LOL, I think you did the right thing though like the professional you are, it is absolutely fabulous!
    Happy Weekend.

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  6. alors au final, tu optes pour une troisième solution, celle du modèle original, non ?
    Je trouve que ce quilt mystère 2 , dont j'aime ton interprétation,( pas taper, hein..) présente trop ou pas assez de maisons... je suis compliquée parfois ;-)))

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  7. David, your quilt is beautiful and what is more, you are pleased with it.

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  8. So happy to hear that you are pleased. It makes me smile.

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  9. Hehe, i never mentioned that possibility because I have no quilting experience and had no idea if it would be realistic - I'm glad it was and that you are happy with the solution . Well done! And the quilt is gorgeous.

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  10. LOL! Funny how we will listen to people we don't even know. What is great though, is that we may not have others around us to offer an opinion, but there are a number of stitchers in the blogging world to help each other.

    Good luck on the rest of your piece!

    Peggy H.
    www.neverenoughstash.blogspot.com

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  11. bientot terminé ... il me tarde de voir le prochain ..

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  12. Looks great with the third row reset. Your bunny block will be perfect in its original spot.

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  13. Shame on you David! You didn't listen to me to do that again!! lol I was kidding you anyway. I won't do that for myself either. I like the way it turned out!! It is looking super cute :)

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  14. Well, David! I don't know if that is the right layout or not but I think it is just wonderful! I love it! It is impossible for me to like it more!!!!!

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