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I'm not a big fan of those two lonely red pieces, or any of the red pieces for that matter - they are just so different from all the other colors in the quilt. Oh well. It didn't take as long as I thought to lay out the pieces. Some lessons I learned were:
- When sorting batik fabrics into "light" and "dark" you need to sort the individual pieces. There is so much variation in the fabric that two pieces cut from the same fabric could be totally different colors.
- Use a black and white photograph to help distinguish between "light" and "dark" pieces. (This idea was inspired by Penny's comment. Thanks, Penny!!)