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    Working on this quilt and seem to be stuck, had it on design wall overnight DH has one opinion, I sort of have another so what do you think? Should I add cornerstones, if so should they be the gold ones or black, or should I make them the green, red or brown that is already in the blocks?

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    Beth

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    #2
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    I like the cornerstones in that quilt, but not the gold ones. They could be black, red, green, or brown, as long as all of them are the same color.

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      #3
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      Yes on the cornerstones. I think black would tie everything together.
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        #4
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        I like how you had the alternating colors of the black? and gold every other row or so. Love the quilt too!
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          #5
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          The black ones . Going to be a stunning quilt
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            #6
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            Black cornerstones will be perfect! Beautiful quilt.

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              #7
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              Definitely the black cornerstones. Adding cornerstones also makes it so much easier to line up your blocks. Love this layout. Definitely adding the photo to my user notes.
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                #8
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                I like the black or green cornerstones. Not a fan of the gold.

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                  #9
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                  Looking at it again, the red would be stunning as well. Go with your instinct.

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                    #10
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                    I think it looks hood either way... Sorry... I know that's not much of a help...sorry.


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                      #11
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                      Black. I go with black. It will give the overall quilt weight.
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                        #12
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                        I would add cornerstones. I would personally choose a color from that quilt that there is not much of and use that to make my cornerstones.

                        It's looking great!

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                          #13
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                          I think the gold makes it pop too much. My vote is for the black.

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                            #14
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                            That is really pretty. I agree, yes to the cornerstones. I actually like the gold, but black or red would be great, too. I love how you used different light colored prints ...reminds me of old fashioned mens' shirting... for the background color. Everything blends so well.

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                              #15
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                              Would look good with black cornerstones....any of the darker colors would look good. IMO
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