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This tile is from Newbies 16: Where The Road to Creativity Goes...

Comment: Black along an edge is hard to blend...
Checked out at: September 26, 2002
Checked in at: September 27, 2002
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Great flowers!
Hmm... You don't wanna make tiles in Mainquilters???? Why???
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Hi Damien,


It's not that I don't WANT to work on the Mainquilt, it's that I'm still having issues with getting a good blend on the edges. Not to mention that you guys kick ass and my stuff would stick out like a sore thumb.
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c'mon you're good enough, just jump in with both feet and do your best ;o)
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My best isn't even on par with you guy's worst. But I'll give it a shot. :-)
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many of your tiles are very good. you should work on the mainquilts. u'll get better borders for blending then too.
Mystety user
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yeah, and you did a pretty good job hiding the black border on the right.
Beautiful work, Christine!
Posted also on your personal page:

I'm honored!
It's my fourth coin and believe me, they have real meaning to me, THIS one especially!
You awarded that coin because you liked my tile from the Knots quilt and I wanted to tell you that this particular quilt was my favorite. I loved working on that quilt and perhaps it's evident in the quality of work that I was turning in. Life was slower for me then, I had a nice unemployment check coming in every week and spent my days hanging out on the internet and my nights working in my photo editing program. Can you understand what the term "laid-back" means? Well those were the days. Nine solid months without a job and nothing but time on my hands, I used to spend long hours on my tiles like I'm sure you do on some of your own like the three flowers in the subdued murky violet of a moonlit pond that I see here which could also been sea Anemones at the bottom of a tropical oasis. Really nice tile Christine!

I meant it when I told you that you have a distinct style about your work that tells the viewer that you are in complete control of the image and well balanced in visual pleasantry. I truly appreciate your faith in my work and the thoughtful award that you've given me. Forever grateful, I remain.......Eddie